The new types of tourism
The new issue of How to Spend It is on newsstands with Il Sole 24 Ore starting tomorrow. Riding the wave in the Maldives, Indonesia or Fiji: when the adventure of surfers meets five-star comfort, the charm of the table opens up to new types of tourism. And with the arrival of summer, the male wardrobe brings to the fore the desire for movement.
Between jackets with a double personality and technical materials. And among the many summer novelties to enjoy wonderful sunsets tasting cocktails, How to Spend It discovers the second life of a classic: proposed throughout the meal and mixed with seaweed or spices, the whiskey back to current. Almost 50 years after the first edition, Art Basel is still the key to having direct access to the best concentration of international creativity.
Works new or never shown before. Emerging on which to focus alongside masters and rediscoveries. Always to orient yourself to make the best acquisitions, How to Spend It also in this issue, many tips to start collecting. Last but not least, the unmissable column of the Cinquesensi who has experimented for How to Spend It a real digital butler able to manage commitments and free time.
Simonetti Studio continues to sign the How to Spend It campaign planned for the 24 Hours Group. After the collaboration of the famous illustrator Vida Vega, the campaign continues with the subjects created by the first winners of the talent contest in collaboration with the IED of Turin. For this June, the winner who signs the first publicity of How to Spend it with the illustration is the student Chiara Riccò. The monthly magazine of the Sole 24 Ore and its contents entered the classroom and became the subject of study and reinterpretation of paintings and decorations.
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