We can officially state it now, since the best and most part of the year has gone by: 2012 is the year of the burger. Milan has literally seen an invasion of either burger-themed additions to pre-existing menus, and the opening of brand new restaurants that take their pride and primary business in serving delicious meat, stuck between two buns of bread, with all sorts of dressings in between.
You should all know what Le Fooding is. For those of you who don’t, and aren’t quite familiar with the French, here’s the story behind it. Le Fooding is a culinary movement born in Paris, France, in the year 2000 by a group of very young gastronomic critics, who decided they were tired of the way food was portrayed. They started to support the real creativity that can be found in modern chefs and their restaurants.
When talking or writing about all that can be classified under the “beauty” label, a new keyword must be used from now on: INCI.
Springtime is here, if you haven’t noticed. The parks of Milan are overpopulated by people jogging and running around, getting in perfect shape for their summer adventures. The guys over at Nike Italy have noticed that as well.
Bahama Mama is not only the name of a super popular girlie cocktail, and of a “cult” nail polish color, or at least, not anymore. If you live in Milan, or even if you just happen to stop by the city during fashion week, you know by now that Bahama Mama is THE nail and beauty salon in town. Actually, it’s even more than that. Imagine opening the door of this concept store, and enter what actually resembles every girl’s beauty paradise. Read More
Lambrate is one of Milan’s suburban, post-industrial areas. Up until recently, it has been mainly known by local people and ‘60s-vintage aficionados all over the world as the place where Lambrettas were born. Read More