The Green Side: Why Sustainability Reports in Fashion Should Be Mandatory
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by Angelica Corà
3d ago
Nowadays, reports are made for anything, in any sector, and they are all important to analyze the performance of a given activity. I have the impression, however, that these reports have become mandatory overtime for certain tasks (I am thinking for example of social media), but, at the same time, I wonder: how is it possible that they are not yet mandatory to monitor the impact effect of industries, starting with fashion? We are all here screaming the need for change in this industry, a change that MUST happen, given the many ecological and ethical issues that, unfortunately, still character ..read more
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We All Need A Drop, A Drop Of N°5 L’EAU
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by Valentina Carraro
3d ago
When talking about Chanel, we often refer to tradition in the finest sense of the term. This tradition gives importance, creates timeless icons, and magically keeps up with the times. I have always wondered how a beauty brand could manage to be like this: timeless, remembering its roots while simultaneously creating new icons, drawing from the past to constantly design new products and evoke emotions. Chanel, to me, always succeeds in this and is one of those few beauty brands that manages to maintain its recognizable allure while giving each step a sense of innovation and modernity. To m ..read more
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On Cinema and Color Harmony
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by Maria Luisa Fasano
1w ago
A hot topic in recent years, color harmony is not only a guide to image construction but also a real discipline. In a nutshell, color harmony is the study of how colors influence and enhance a person’s appearance based on their chromatic characteristics, such as skin tone, eye color, and hair color. Dominant in the fields of fashion and makeup, color harmony also serves as a beacon in the world of filmmaking. Consider directors like Wes Anderson, Tim Burton, and Paolo Sorrentino: filmmakers whose movies we would unequivocally describe as “in palette.” In cinema, color harmony is used, whether ..read more
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May Beauty News – The Recap Of The Month
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by Marta Boraso
2w ago
May Beauty News Mulac: The New Concept of Sculpting from the Metaverse: 3D Verse Directly from the metaverse, comes the new sculpting concept by Mulac: 3D VERSE is the face line for contouring, blushing, and highlighting with 3 all-over liquid products. These products have a silky texture that blends into the skin, and a flocked applicator for easy and smooth use. Contouring becomes effortless with Let’s Contour, allowing you to recreate the natural shadows of the face and sculpt the cheekbones with its lightweight matte finish formula. With Let’s Blush, you can paint your cheeks with two d ..read more
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Interview with Nicola Kilner [The Ordinary CEO and Co-Founder] and Rita Silva [The Ordinary Science Communications Manager]: ‘Success is in the Early Days’
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by Maria Luisa Fasano
3w ago
In a fascinating conversation, I delved into the world of beauty and skincare with two of the leading minds behind The Ordinary: CEO and Co-Founder Nicola Kilner, and Science Communications Manager Rita Silva. From their earliest beauty memories and product obsessions to the challenges and triumphs of building a revolutionary skincare brand, Nicola and Rita shared with enthusiasm their personal stories and professional insights. Together, we explored the secrets behind The Ordinary’s success, the importance of authenticity, and the future of skincare as seen through the eyes of those at its f ..read more
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Interview with Letizia Toni: ‘So Astonishingly True’
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by Maria Luisa Fasano
3w ago
Gianna Nannini is an icon of Italian music, a figure who has profoundly shaped the musical landscape with her unique voice and songs full of energy and passion. The film “Sei nell’anima”, currently available on Netflix, directed by her longtime friend Cinzia TH Torrini, retraces the first thirty years of the Italian rocker’s life, from her origins in Siena to her international success. Playing Gianna, Letizia Toni delivers a performance that captures the essence of the character in all its nuances, successfully conveying everything there is to convey. In other words: the truth and integrity o ..read more
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Interview with Carlotta Gamba: ‘The Flame That Must Burn’
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by Maria Luisa Fasano
1M ago
Two years after our last chat, Carlotta Gamba hasn’t changed a bit, despite the numerous projects that have enhanced her fame and career over time. She remains the humble, kind, and brilliant person I remembered, wise and passionate as only true artists can be. This time, as our May Cover Story, Carlotta takes us back in time with her latest film “Gloria”, directed by Margherita Vicario. Set in the vibrant heart of the 1800s, an era steeped in tradition and rigid hierarchies, the story transports us to the religious institute of Sant’Ignazio. Here, historical context merges with musical and s ..read more
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Some Surreal Stuff I’ve Been Watching Lately
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by Maria Luisa Fasano
1M ago
Sometimes we convince ourselves that certain genres aren’t for us, a priori, without even giving them a chance, without trying to understand them. Then, one day, a nudge, the right one, a stimulus, or an influential opinion persuades us, and suddenly, out of the blue, we find ourselves trapped among the sofa cushions, with a bowl of fennel-flavored taralli in our lap, watching successes drawn from Philip K. Dick‘s works. And we discover that we like them more than we could have ever imagined. Right at that point, with the bittersweet taste of regret and flavored taralli, we wonder: how much ..read more
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Why don’t people like musicals?
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by Angelica Corà
1M ago
“The time is now, the day is here”. And if you haven’t caught this quote, then this article is for you. Let’s talk about a topic that is very dear to me because, more than being a passion of mine, it is a real trait of my personality: the musical genre. And, before anyone has any doubts: I can’t sing, I can’t dance, I can’t play any instrument, I don’t have relatives and/or friends who work in show business. But then, why is such a specific and distant genre so important to me, and why do I want to demonstrate its value in the hope of bringing othe ..read more
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April Beauty News – The Recap Of The Month
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by Marta Boraso
1M ago
April Beauty News Aesop: The New Immaculate Facial Tonic Part of the Skin Care+ line – featuring formulations distinguished by a superb selection of vitamins and other ingredients supporting the skin – the Immaculate Facial Tonic, a nourishing and exfoliating tonic with a light, watery formulation, evens the appearance of the skin, increases its elasticity and resilience, and prepares the skin for the hydration that follows. It contains Mucor Miehei extract with gently exfoliating properties, Panthenol (Provitamin B3), niacinamide (Vitamin B3), isomerized saccharide and galactoarabinan + a ..read more
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