One of Milan's biggest annual events, Salone Internazionale del Mobile (Salone for short) is an orgy of international creativity, the authoritative go-to point for the latest trends in furniture and interior design. Opera Chic is all over it.
Milan's hairstylist to the stars, Alessandro Lisi of Area #6 Salon, chats with Opera Chic for W Magazine about styling Milan's (and Hollywood's) biggest stars from his a gorgeously elegant downtown salon.
Tomorrow's edition of the Wall Street Journal Magazine has a big cover story where Prada CEO (and Miuccia husband) Patrizio Bertelli discusses, among other things, a possible initial public offering (noting that the stock market is the best option to give the company a real future) and so much more. Opera Chic took the opportunity to interview Gian Luigi Paracchini, special correspondent and fashion critic for Milan's Corriere della Sera (Italy's largest daily newspaper) and the author of 'Vita Prada', (the unauthorized biography of Miuccia Prada and her husband Partizio Bertelli that came out in Italy this past winter) for his take about the new speculation about Prada's future as a company.
Opera Chic's latest for W Magazine Editors' Blog is up!
Sure, you can come to Milan and go to the same old stores as always (Prada's Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II store, D&G's Via della Spiga boutique, Zenga's Via Monte Napoleone store, etc...) but that's so booooring!
Zürich daily Tages Anzeiger picked-up on on Opera Chic's weekly spot for W Magazine's Editors' Blog, and got a big kick out of last week's piece, "Opera Chic's Five Best Dressed Conductors". The Swiss newspapers talked about the most stylish dude of the article, Maestro Fabio Luisi, and adored (as much as we did) his insanely cool custom-made Hermès baton case.
I bet you didn't know that your favorite conductor is more stylish than Hollywood's biggest stars! Find out who's rocking Tom Ford, Trussardi, Hermes, and Etro on (and off) the podium. Read it all on Opera Chic for W Magazine's Editors' Blog.