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Anastacia - Photoshoot for Grazia Italian Magazine - apr2014
 
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Anastacia - Behind the scenes of Grazia Italia magazine 01052014
 
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Official Fanclub: http://anastaciafanclub.com.pt Artist: Anastacia Date: May 1, 2014 Place: Germany © ALL RIGHTS TO MUSIC/VIDEO BELONGS TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS.
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David Gandy - 'Grazia Italy' Interview (2011)
 
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(Jun 18, 2011) David Gandy is interviewed by Delphine Hervieu for Grazia Italy Magazine for the launch of 'David Gandy by Dolce&Gabbana: The Book'. Moments included: - (June 17) 10th Anniversary of the D&G 'Light Blue' perfume in Milan - (June 18) Round table with David Gandy and digital press at the Dolce&Gabbana store All rights to http://www.grazia.it/
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DANIELA DE JESUS | Grazia Italy - June 2012 (Backstage)
 
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Model: Daniela de Jesus @ Major Magazine: Grazia Italy Edition: June 2012
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Bar Refaeli posa per la copertina di Grazia
 
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La modella israeliana, Bar Refaeli, durante lo shooting per la copertina di Grazia
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Taylor Swift Grazia Magazine Italy February 2015
 
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Watch online here Taylor Swift Grazia Magazine Italy February 2015 Pic and Photoshoot.
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euronews interview - Кучинотта: "мир любит Италию, итальянок и все, что...
 
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http://ru.euronews.com/ Мария Грация Кучинотта - итальянская актриса, продюсер и модель. В 1987 году заняла третье место на конкурсе красоты "Мисс Италия". Дебютровала в фильме "Рождественские каникулы". Международную известность актрисе принесли роли - Беатрис Руссо в картине Майкла Редфорда "Почтальон" и Джульетты в фильме о Джеймсе Бонде "И целого мира мало". Мария Грация Кучинотта родилась на Сицилии, долгое время жила и работала в Америке. В настоящее время продолжает активную творческую деятельность. В ее планах множество проектов. Сегодня Мария Грация Кучинотта востребована как никогда. Несмотря ни на что, она щепетильно относится к каждому предложению, выбирая только самые лучшие. Корреспондент "Евроньюс" встретилась с Марией Кучиноттой в Риме. Предлагаем вашему вниманию взятое интервью. Евроньюс: Мария Грация Кучинотта, Ваше имя часто ассоциируется в мире с итальянской красотой, но, когда Вы действительно почувствовали, что Вас отождествляют с Италией? Кучинотта: Впервые я почувствовала это на церемонии вручения премии "Оскар", когда одну из наград получил фильм "Почтальон". Тогда я почувствовала себя гордой и счастливой за то, что я итальянка. Я поняла, что мир любит Италию, итальянок и все, что "сделано в Италии", нашу культуру, поэзию. Для американцев на тот момент я все это олицетворяла. Eвроньюс: Вам бывает неудобно за свою страну? Кучинотта: Меня беспокоит то, что итальянцы не умеют правильно себя представить. За границей я часто слышу негативные отзывы о моей стране. Последние 15-16 лет об Италии очень плохо говорили в СМИ. Они целились в одного человека - Берлускони, а попали во всю страну. Итальянцы не ответственны за это. Напротив, есть много людей, которые просыпаются рано, отправляются на работу, идут на жертвы и хотят продвигать Италию и то, что "изготовлено в Италии". Eвроньюс: Какие отличия Вы заметили между Италией и Соединенными Штатами, где прожили 8 лет, с точки зрения организации работы и процесса кинопроизводства? Кучинотта: Все происходит по-разному. Там, люди, которые достигают вершин, это те, которые это заслужили. Разве не об этом мечтают во всем мире - быть вознагражденным за свои старания, за то, что делаешь? Когда этого не происходит, мы расстраиваемся. Италия должна стать меритократической страной. Люди должны научиться работать в команде. Eвроньюс: Поговорим о Вашем прошлом. Вы работали манекенщицей. По Вашему мнению, может индустрия моды подтолкнуть итальянскую экономику? Кучинотта: Ñ�оциальные Ñ�ети : YouTube: http://bit.ly/zqVL10 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/euronewsru Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru
Italian Ceramics - Grazia Deruta Maioliche - English
 
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Since 1500 the Grazia family has been committed to producing high quality majolica ceramics using time honored handicraft traditions passed down from generation to generation.
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Behind the scene - Best Italian Photo Production and Equipment Service
 
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Italian Breadsticks (Grissini)
 
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Want to impress at your next dinner party? Whip up these super quick and simple breadsticks and your guests will be wowed into submission. The full recipe is also featured in Grazia Magazine (2nd December issue) For more delicious Italian themed recipes, subscribe to the Chiappas, new videos out every other Monday. Subscribe to our channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/TheChiappaSisters Get the recipe at http://thechiappas.com/ Order our book at http://goo.gl/WCVyYv https://twitter.com/thechiappas https://www.facebook.com/TheChiappas http://instagram.com/thechiappas
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154STUDIOS - ITALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES STUDIO154
 
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Сумочка Grazia от Becato, Италия
 
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Grazia Paparazzi
 
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Celebridad en italiano se dice 'paparazzi', revista Grazia a la venta cada quince días.
Views: 136 Grazia México
Breezy Salma Hayek on Grazia Italy Magazine Photoshoot July 2015 Issue
 
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Hollywood actor, Salma Hayek is one babe who has always looked fresh as a daisy and been one of the hottest actors around too. In films and even while modeling the lady is simply a stunner. A multi-talented actor, director and producer, this Mexican-American actor is one person to shine even in a dull frame. Salma is now posing for the photo shoot for the Grazia Italy magazine for its July 2015 issue.
Views: 181 Celeb Photoshoot
B&b Nonna Grazia (Gangi, Italy)
 
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👉 https://goodsoul.club/hotel/it/b-amp-b-nonna-grazia.html - best price B&b Nonna Grazia (C.da Comunello snc, 90024 Gangi, Italy) Located in Gangi, 33 km from Cefalù, B&b Nonna Grazia features free WiFi access and free private parking. Rooms come with a TV. Some units have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Certain units feature views of the mountain or pool. Every room includes a private bathroom with a bidet and shower, with free toiletries and a hairdryer provided. There is free shuttle service, a 24-hour front desk, hairdresser's, and gift shop at the property. This bed and breakfast has a ski school and car hire is available. You can play table tennis and darts at the bed and breakfast. Cerda is 40 km from B&b Nonna Grazia, while Castelbuono is 21 km away. The nearest airport is Catania Fontanarossa Airport, 81 km from B&b Nonna Grazia. 👉 https://goodsoul.club/hotel/it/b-amp-b-nonna-grazia.html - best price
Madalina Ghenea - Cover Story - Grazia
 
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Roberto D'Este photographer shooting Madalina Ghenea for Grazia magazine - Italy
Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano
 
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http://calozero.it/ Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano. CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
Views: 1761 TVGOODNEWSTV
Behind The Scenes with Janhvi Kapoor | Grazia India
 
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Bollywood's newest star on the rise Janhvi Kapoor struts around Singapore for our September cover. Follow us on: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GraziaIndia/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/graziaindia/ Twitter https://twitter.com/graziaindia Official Website http://www.grazia.co.in/
Views: 6048 Grazia India
fashiontv | FTV.com - ITALIAN DESIGNERS - SHOOTING MAGAZINE FOR FASHION - MILAN
 
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Some of the best italian designers from the new generation posing for the cover of Magazine for Fashion in Milan. Music Info: Performer: EASY STAR ALL STARS Title: SHES LIVING HOME
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We Are Looking You! Italian fashion. Factory of Prato Textile. Clothing Made in Italy. CALOZERO
 
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http://calozero.it/ We Are Looking You! Italian fashion. Factory of Prato Textile. Clothing Made in Italy. CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy pitti giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
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Global Tour 2016 Paris: Grazia Lofano from Italy
 
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Listen to more Global InterGold reviews on our YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym3PFsWsZmM&list=PLT4oDW3aGkAGhryrGL1xDEr0mgsYSLmyU On 14 and 15 May, the capital of France hosted an Online Gold Shop conference dedicated to the online business. It was attended by successful business people from around the world. This conference was one of the Global Tour 2016 events held under the "Leadership Development" motto. The conference's attendees purchase gold in the Online Gold Shop and build their own successful online business. Watch this video and find out what they think about the conference in Paris, France and Global InterGold reviews about the company and the gold business! Read more about the Global Tour 2016 conference in Paris on the official Global InterGold news website: https://www.globalintergold.info/en/triumph-of-paris-in-the-global-tour-2016-chapeau-cpv32/ Global InterGold pages in social networks are a virtual world of the latest news and the most interesting discussions: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalInterGold https://twitter.com/GlobalInterGold Disclaimer: The views expressed in this video are those of the participants only and do not necessarily reflect the views of Global InterGold. Viewers are referred to company website at www.globalintergold.com, which contains official News; Web Site Terms of Use; and Goldset Program Terms & Conditions.
A factory of Prato textile Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion Abbigliamento italiano CALOZERO
 
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http://calozero.it/ CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
Views: 1015 CalozeroIT
Monica Bellucci Per Grazia Italy (color version)
 
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Monica Bellucci for Grаzia by Brunо Dаyan video montage Davide Vagni
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Италия, Ватикан, Монахини Святого Петра - грация, ариведерчи. Vaticano.
 
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Италия. Ватикан. Июнь. Туризм в Италию. Экскурсии по Ватикану. Разговор с монахинями в соборе Святого Петра. Наша прогулка по Ватикану - самому маленькому государству в мире. Наш изумительный экскурсовод Римма. Мои кулинарные рецепты: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0MKb1SlS9s&list=PLVdWGVRJcAMSUzJ34DInPGBvHK7cZa4zE Колокольный звон Никольского (Николая Чудотворца) морского собора г. Санкт-Петербург http://youtu.be/vrD38x5c8UQ Как я готовлю малосольные огурцы. Холодный способ http://youtu.be/Q6ZR9E9c03U Как разделать ананас? А вот так! (VLOG) http://youtu.be/K0MKb1SlS9s Как девочка справляется с упрямой лошадью http://youtu.be/fpMM-0w8nFc Сказочные и вкусные витрины в магазине г. Санкт-Петербург Елисеевский http://youtu.be/8dekS9rRHK4 Секрет мастера огненной лошади. Венеция экскурсия http://youtu.be/N3MfAysoDNY Как приготовить винегрет с морской капустой. Рецепт - вкусно и очень просто! http://youtu.be/AAdm0mGVMWE Жигулевское море. Куйбышевское водохранилище. Бетховен Beethoven. http://youtu.be/IIPFjD8al4k ___ Смотрите мои видео здесь: Мой канал : http://www.youtube.com/user/elenor2009?feature=mhee Спасибо за внимание. С уважением. Лена Геленор (Канал ELENOR2009)
Views: 147 Elenor 009 TV
Fighting the downturn, Grazia launches in France
 
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Defying a crisis that has battered the bottom lines of even bestselling fashion magazines, Italian publishers Mondadori are rolling out the French edition of the hit weekly Grazia. Its frothy combination of fashion and celebrity content has won it a following in a dozen countries including Britain, and editors are now hoping for success in the French market dominated by Elle magazine. Duration: 00:25.
Views: 246 AFP news agency
E TU DI CHE SPECIE SEI?
 
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Grazia magazine Italy, Photo shooting backstage , editorial story in Mexico, Phtographer Max Salvaggio, Model Daniela De Jesus Cosio
Views: 64 Max Salvaggio
Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. Clothing Made in Italy CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano
 
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http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. Clothing Made in Italy CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano.CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
Views: 2159 TVGOODNEWSTV
We Are Looking You! Italian fashion. Factory of Prato Textile Clothing Made in Italy. CALOZERO
 
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http://calozero.it/ CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
Views: 362 CalozeroIT
ETNICO E DARK
 
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Grazia magazine Italy, Photo shooting backstage , editorial story in Mexico, Phtographer Max Salvaggio, Model Daniela De Jesus Cosio
Views: 110 Max Salvaggio
Francesco Carrozzini presents "Franca: Chaos and Creation" at New York University
 
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This event was part of the 2017 edition of N.I.C.E. (New Italian Cinema Events) A Q&A with director Francesco Carrozzini in conversation with journalist Grazia d'Annunzio (US Special Projects Editor, Vogue Italia) Introduced by Stefano Albertini (NYU) With the participation of: Francesco Genuardi, Consul General of Italy in New York Viviana del Bianco, Director, N.I.C.E. Francesco Carrozzini creates an intimate portrait of his mother, Franca Sozzani, the legendary Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Italia — a magazine that over the past twenty-five years has set the highest bar for fashion, art and commerce. From the famous “Black Issue" to the “Plastic Surgery issue", Franca Sozzani remains deeply committed to exploring off-limit subjects in order to shake up the status quo and redefine the concept of beauty. With interviews from Karl Lagerfeld, Bruce Weber, Baz Luhrmann, Courtney Love and many others, Carrozzini gives us a behind the scenes glimpse into his mother’s creative process and a peek into her past and present vulnerabilities. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò New York University November 14, 2017
Views: 2396 CasaItalianaNYU
Moda Italiana Italian fashion Clothing Made in Italy. Factory of Prato textile style CALOZERO
 
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http://calozero.it/ http://goodnews.ws/ Moda Italiana Italian fashion Clothing Made in Italy. A factory of Prato textile style. CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. Abbigliamento italiano WWW.GOODNEWS.WS http://goodnews.ws/
Views: 24750 TVGOODNEWSTV
Giorgia Bordignon (65kg Italy) 102kg Snatch 122kg Clean and Jerk - 2018 European Championship
 
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She won the snatch gold medal. In the clean and jerk she placed 2nd behind Patricia Strenius. Follow Giorgia on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/giorgia_bordignon.69/ If you like what you see - please leave a like and subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/barbellsforbreakfast?sub_confirmation=1 Gear often used (amazon.com): Camera: http://amzn.to/2DhjZCz Microphone: http://amzn.to/2DhkgW7 SD-Card: http://amzn.to/2zz8HXV Oft verwendet (amazon.de): Kamera: http://amzn.to/2m81dbp Microfon: http://amzn.to/2lTjicL SD-Karte: http://amzn.to/2lTj7xY Batterien: http://amzn.to/2lc9w6x Barbells for Breakfast on social media: https://www.instagram.com/barbells4breakfast https://www.facebook.com/barbellsforbreakfast https://twitter.com/BarbellBKFST https://shop.spreadshirt.com/barbells4breakfast https://shop.spreadshirt.de/barbells4breakfast
FloorDaily.net: Armondo Cafiero Discusses the 2018 Cersaie Expo in Bologna, Italy
 
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September 25, 2018—Armondo Cafiero, Managing Director with the Italian Ceramics Trace Association, and Kemp Harr, Publisher of Floor Focus Magazine, discuss the highlights of the Cersaie show—the largest ceramic tile show in the world—which is being held this week in Bologna, Italy. Listen to the interview to learn more about this year's event, the continuing leadership role the Italians play in this business, as well as how the Europeans have addressed imports of tile from China.
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Elena Petrova in GRAZIA Magazine – Dec 2010
 
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Hair: Georgi Petkov Make up: Eliza Popova Style: Iva Slavcheva Photography: Kostadin Krustev Model: Elena Petrova Video: Adriana Yankulova Georgi Petkov for GRAZIA Magazine (Bulgaria) and the famous Bulgarian movie actress Elena Petrova on the cover of December 2010 issue of the fashion magazine. As a sought out hairstylist for fashion and lifestyle magazines covers, fashion photo-shoots, commercials, music and television videos, Georgi Petkov manages successfully to combine his professional commitments with conducting training and seminars at Schwarzkopf Academy in Austria. He has already published three books on hairstyles and trends as well as an anniversary album marking 10 years in his creative career - 10 Years of Inspiration by Georgi Petkov. Read more about Georgi Petkov → http://goo.gl/js3mVV Buy his "Hair Today 03 - step by step with Georgi Petkov" book → http://goo.gl/tTLRzm Follow Georgi Petkov on social media to see more beautiful hairstyles. Instagram → https://goo.gl/UW9250 Facebook → https://goo.gl/gEhJwa Twitter → https://goo.gl/yUPXee
Views: 63 Georgi Petkov
KATARZYNA GLAMOUR ITALY MAGAZINE
 
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HQ: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmbibNyr9Hc&fmt=18 Katarzyna Dolinska for Glamour Italy Magazine, March 2009 Katarzyna has signed to Elite Model Management in New York, Ace Models in Athens, Greece, and Ford Models in Paris, France. She has also walked in Athens Fashion Week S/S 09 for designers Vassilis Zoulias, Custo Barcelona, Elena Strongyliotou, Afroditi Hera http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fXPZYU6Sjg&fmt=18 She walked for Issey Miyake in Paris Fashion Week F/W 09.10. She closed the Christophe Josse show in Paris Haute Couture fashion week S/S '09: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0HEv7c17ZA&fmt=18 Walked in Dilek Hanif Haute Couture S/S '09: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NBLwAgEZ_g&fmt=18 She was one of the Top Models in Action featured in Cycle 11: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAAiyqvt33o&fmt=18 She was on a billboard with Jaslene Gonzalez in Times Square for a Lot 29 advertisement. She has been on Marie Claire Greece on the cover of Women's Wear Daily and TJF Magazine and has appeared http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrp7u2mJ_jc&fmt=18 Cosmogirl, OZON, Young Magazine Greece, Cin City Magazine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcsfQHJJvf4&fmt=18 Cosmopolitan Greece, Diva Magazine Greece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgMnN8zSkGw&fmt=18 MarieClaire Greece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-l8W4RDuM4&fmt=18 LaMilk, L'Officiel., Gerlan Jeans Look Book: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwhrirGZsbA&fmt=18 Vogue - Australia: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX8nBaMDjco&fmt=18 Italian Glamour and Bolero. Photograph CHRISTIAN ANWANDER http://www.christiananwander.com/ SONG: LARGER THAN LIFE - LITA FORD
Views: 3589 malakus
How To Cook Simple Polenta
 
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We have heard a lot of people asking questions about 'How to make polenta' and 'why does my polenta taste bland', so in this video, we have sent Emi to the rescue with the simple and failsafe way to make the perfect polenta! As Emi says in the video, this is a typical staple of an Italian diet, and our family grew up eating this wonderful food. It is best with any meats, veggies, it's just so versatile and delicious. We used Polenta to make a delicious Pumpkin hot pot of which you can find the recipe in the UK Grazia Magazine on 28th October. Recipe can be found on our website http://thechiappas.com/italian-meatballs-served-with-polenta/ X For more delicious Italian themed recipes, subscribe to the Chiappas, new videos out every other Monday. Subscribe to our channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/TheChiappaSisters Get the recipe at http://thechiappas.com/ Order our book at http://goo.gl/WCVyYv https://twitter.com/thechiappas https://www.facebook.com/TheChiappas http://instagram.com/thechiappas
Views: 101559 TheChiappas
Pottery Making at Ceramiche Grazia, Deruta
 
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Pottery Making Demonstration at one of the oldest ceramics makers in Italy.
Views: 948 AMTravels
160625 [#설리어디가] (설리) SULLI Italy Travels Full Version
 
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160625 [#설리어디가] (설리) SULLI Italy Travels Full Version SULLI (설리) for CéCi Korea Magazine 2016 July covergirl Italy Travel SULLI’s SUMMER DAYS ‪많이 기다리셨죠? 두둥~~! #쎄씨 7월호 커버걸 #설리와 함께한 이탈리아 여행기 풀버전 영상 1탄 공개! #Sulli @cecikorea #설리가찍고 #설리가강추하는 #꽃보다진리 #꽃보다설리 #ceci #cecikorea #영상_조피디 #영상_예술김피디 #editor_최디렉 ‪ #설리 이탈리아 여행기 풀버전 2탄!!! 드디어 #설리어디가 마지막 편을 공개합니다🍑. #설리가찍고 #설리가강추 해서 더욱 재미있는 #설리어디가 를 사랑해주셔서 감사합니다. #쎄씨 7월호 커버걸 #꽃보다진리 #꽃보다설리 #ceci #cecikorea #영상_조피디 #영상_예술김피디 #editor_최디렉 Source: CéCi Korea Official #SULLI #설리 #최진리 #설리가진리 🍑
Views: 29052 Sulli jj
CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato
 
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http://calozero.it/ CALOZERO is a new brand of Italian fashion. A factory located in the textile town of Prato selling its products directly to consumers. Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate. CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy. Visit the online shop, click here: http://calozero.it/ Italian fashion; Italy is one of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside others such as France, USA, Great Britain and Japan. Fashion has always been an important part of the country's cultural life and society, and Italians are well known for their attention to dressing-up well; "la bella figura", or good impression, remains traditional in the Italian way of living. Italian design became prominent ever since the 11th-16th centuries, when artistic development in Italy was at its peak. Cities such as Venice, Milan, Florence and Vicenza started to produce luxury goods, hats, cosmetics, jewelry and rich fabrics. During the 17th-early 20th centuries, Italian fashion lost its importance and lustre, and Europe's main trendsetter became France, with the great popularity of French fashion; this is due to the luxury dresses which were designed for the courtiers of Louis XIV. However, since the 1951-53 fashion soirées held by Giovanni Battista Giorgini in Florence,the "Italian school" started to compete with the French haute couture, and labels such as Ferragamo and Gucci began to contend with Chanel and Dior. In 2009, according to the Global Language Monitor, Milan, Italy's center of design, was ranked the top fashion capital of the world, and Rome was ranked 4th, and, despite both cities fell down places in subsequent rankings, in 2011, Florence entered as the 31st world fashion capital. Milan is generally considered to be part of the "big four" global fashion capitals, which, aside from the Italian city, consist of New York City, Paris and London; occasionally, the "big five" also includes Rome. Examples of major Italian fashion houses are: Gucci, Armani, Emilio Pucci, Valentino, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Versace, Krizia, Etro, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, Moschino, Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Benetton and Brioni (fashion),to name a few. Italy also is home to many fashion magazines, such as Grazia, Vogue Italia, Amica, Flair, Gioia. Other Italian accessory and jewelry brands, such as Luxottica and Bulgari are amongst the most important in the world. Fashion in Italy started to become the most fashionable in Europe since the 11th century, and powerful cities of the time, such as Venice, Milan, Florence, Vicenza and Rome began to produce robes, jewelry, textiles, shoes, fabrics, ornaments and elaborate dresses.Italian fashion reached its peak during the Renaissance. As Italy is widely recognized as the cradle and birthplace of the Renaissance, art, music, education, finance and philosophy flourished, and along with it, Italian fashion designs became immensely popular (especially those worn by the Medicis in Florence. The fashions of Queen Catherine de' Medici of France, were considered amongst the most fashionable in Europe). Florence is regarded by some as the birthplace and earliest center of the modern (post World War Two) fashion industry in Italy. The Florentine "soirées" of the early 1950s organized by Giovanni Battista Giorgini were events where several now-famous Italian designers participated in group shows and first garnered international attention. Florence has served as the home of the Italian fashion company Salvatore Ferragamo since 1928. Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Emilio Pucci are also headquartered in Florence. Other major players in the fashion industry such as Prada and Chanel have large offices and stores in Florence or its outskirts. Florence's main upscale shopping street is Via de' Tornabuoni, where major luxury fashion houses and jewelry labels, such as Armani and Bulgari, have their elegant boutiques. Via del Parione and Via Roma are other streets that are also well-known for their high-end fashion stores. - Abbigliamento uomo donna autunno inverno primavera estate CALOZERO clothing Made in Italy pitti giubbotti jackets clothes dress wear dressing Fashion Style Beauty Designer Collection Mode Modeling Vogue Role Dior Armani Dolce Designers Boutique Jeans Pants Boots Tight Outfit Flash Dresses Modelling Fancy Jacket Hats Shorts Wearing Gloves Silk Shiny Dirty Satin Glasses Pink Wet Shoes Lace Outfits Coat Suit Shades Lycra Thigh Scarf Accessories Stocking Uniform Costume clothing clothes apparel dress wear attire dressing garb raiment array rig luxury Clothing Made in Italy. Italian fashion. A factory of Prato textile. CALOZERO Abbigliamento italiano http://goodnews.ws/
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