A major figure in 20th-century dance, she was acclaimed for her directness and emotional naturalness onstage, especially in the title role of “Giselle.”
Since he debuted them in the ’80s, the designer has refined his signature oval specs here and there, but always maintained their classic appeal.
Inter Milan’s Chinese owners spent heavily on big stars, and now it is winning again. But the bill is coming due, putting the team’s future in doubt.
Collections from Marni, Valentino and Armani suggest the answer is yes. Toucha-toucha-toucha touch me.
Four men have been arrested in connection with audacious heists that netted tens of thousands of euros in watches, scarves, designer bags and jewels.
In Milan, men’s wear designers influenced by lockdown propose a uniform for a new work world.
The architect Stefano Boeri has designed primrose-themed pavilions where coronavirus shots will be given, but not everybody is thrilled with the idea.
The northern region of Lombardy has struggled mightily with the coronavirus, but its lake towns remain among Europe’s most sought-after destinations.
Where you can find the most singular flower arrangements in six major cities, from New York to Tokyo.
Two icons of disruptive political leadership have much in common … except for acknowledging gracefully when they’ve been voted out.
Myss Keta, the mysterious Queen of the Milan Night and an authority on life behind the surgical veil, was on the brink of celebrity. Now, everyone looks like her.
Some unconventional ideas from Moschino and Marni, plus real catwalks with real models at Valentino and Versace. And an octopus guest star.
After living around the world, Nicolò Castellini Baldissera has returned to the city in which his family — and his heart — has always resided.
In the first big show of Milan Fashion Week, a Prada co-creative debut gives everyone something to chew on. Plus the pasta connection at Fendi.
The artist Ragnar Kjartansson has built his reputation around endurance works, and a Milanese church will host his latest: the same romantic tune repeated hour after hour, day after day, for a month.
We spoke to a doctor in Italy about triaging care at the peak of the pandemic — and the discharge of his last coronavirus patient.
A longstanding dispute between film distributors and associations that show outdoor films for free comes to a head as the industry reels from a post-coronavirus downturn.
The industry has returned to work, but it’s far from business as usual for small suppliers to luxury brands and retailers.
Words of wisdom and experience, and a few humbling ones, too.
We spoke to a doctor triaging care at the heart of the coronavirus crisis in Italy about what may lie ahead for the U.S.
Most Italians are unfamiliar with epidemics, so we struggle, confused, to react. Avoiding each other is hard. But we must. At least for one more week.