Category Archives: Travel

Unusual week-end in Bologna

Bologna is one of my favourite places in Italy! When I am there I feel at home and I really love to walk around, with nothing to do,  stopping by lovely Caffè Letterario just to have a good cappuccino with a special Bolognese cherry pie!  Last time in Bologna I went to see a beautiful exhibition by Arturo Martini,  a great italian sculptor born in 1889. If you are interested in arts I recommend a visit: amazing exhibition, beautiful location. Then it could be very pleasant to have some shopping in the old town in San Felice street, in the middle of a lot of marvelous shops just like Tassinari, a great shoe store in town! I never leave Bologna without a stroll in Piazza Maggiore:  the square of my dreams, full of bikes, people, cafès and restaurants with local food! It literally leaves you breathless! I am in love with those beautiful cloisters and those small streets where you can hear only the sound of shoes hitting the pavement! Every time I walk across the square and go towards the pretty Clavature Street full of other trendy boutiques and amazing food shops!  I went to EATALY for lunch which is located in a charming concept store where books and good food create a good mix.  It was a great experience especially spending my afternoon in the bookshop between shoes-arts-design books and finally walking around this medieval city till late night. Never got tired of her,  just try it! 











Boutique in San Felice Street








A/W top shoes

Automn/Winter top shoes

Esprit Dior at Moca of Shanghai

locandina DIOR


Unfortunately I won’t be able  to attend this beautiful exhibition, but I am here to recommend it and I am glad to write this note just to raise your interest and curiosity! Hey you, if you can.. please go there  ;)! I bet you will appreciate.


The Museum of Contemporary Art of Shanghai joined forces with Maison Dior in to organize another beautiful fashion exhibition: Esprit Dior. The show is the celebration of this amazing brand and it concerns about the history and creativity of the maison thank to about a hundred stunning dresses, accessories, jewelry, scents, design sketches and a outstanding selection of photos realized by the great Patrick Demarchelier. As I checked it, the exhibition is characterized also by the frequent references between the Dior creations and the artworks of Chinese contemporary artists (photographers, painters, sculptors). A real pity not to be there…anyway…I will organize a trip to China soon!