The new How To Spend It on newsstand

A special issue on fashion and high jewelery, with important interviews for great female portraits, the one to be released on September 16, on newsstand with Il Sole 24 ore. With reference to fashion, an important matter is the tie, which is central to the female wardrobe and goes beyond convention, provocation and gender. The trend of seasonal clothes is fluid, a balance of forces and movement for a dynamism that revisits business codes and expresses security through energy.

For the world of haute “joaillerie”, How To Spend It chooses some of the most interesting women in the world of luxury: from Paris the one-to-one interview with Jacqueline Karachi-Langane, the Creative Director Of Cartier, the woman leader of a team of international creatives who develop by hand – starting from the stones she chooses and buys – the high jewelery of the brand; from Rome the two-way dialogue between Lucia Silvestri and Laura Burdese, the powerful and inventive Bulgari duo and also from Rome the interview with Delfina Delettrez, fourth generation of the Fendi family, designer and entrepreneur who wears – only for How To Spend It exclusively – high fashion and high jewelery Fendi.

Space also for art and collecting: among the protagonists of the services the antiquarian-writer Marco Fabio Apolloni, third generation of one of the best known Roman galleries and Mickey Riad who tells us about his Venice, on the occasion of the Biennale Cinema 2022. And again for art, another great interview with women, the master of photography: Dorothy Bohm, 97, the irrepressible pioneer who uses the gaze to explain reality, who portrayed the spectrum of feelings and described the social changes, choosing to always grasp, even in the most desolate places, a spark of humanity.

And again the appointment with the meetings of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. There is no shortage of cult services of the magazine such as art trips, beauty services, tailor-made and “tecnonauta”, the page with the latest technological news, and the column dedicated to ateliers.

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