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10 Corso Como in New York is now open

10 Corso Como in New York is now open We had the chance to visit 10 Corso Como in New York just a few weeks before the grand opening of the store in the South Seaport District, and now that the iconic negozio owned by Carla Sozzani has officially opened its doors we went back to Manhattan to see how things are going in the up-and-coming district next to Pier 17. Accessories The store surely replicates the same look and feel of its Milanese version. The fashion, design and photography enthusiasts will not be disappointed. It opens on a grand…

10 Corso Como to open soon in New York

The opening of 10 Corso Como in the South Sea Port district, the southern district of Manhattan overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, is scheduled for the first of September 2018. Born on the initiative of Carla Sozzani, sister of the most famous Franca, director  Vogue Italia who recently died, 10 Corso Como was the first concept shop in the world, according to the definition of the sociologist Francesco Morace, who identified in 10 Corso Como a new model of shop. Alongside the gallery of photographic art, a book shop, clothing items and a cafeteria  occupy the spaces of an old garage…

Blizzard in New York

The blizzard in New York that has paralyzed the entire city and the east coast of the United States is one of the worst in the recent past. The Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio has updated the citizens of Manhattan and the surroundings boroughs  of Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island on the weather conditions. “But what’s quite clear is this is a serious, serious storm between the very low temperature, the strong winds, the driving snow, everyone should take this one very seriously. And take precautions” Mayor de Blasio has said during the press conference after an inspection…

9/11 memorial in Milan

The 9/11 memorial The city of Milan has dedicated a street to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack. It is called “Largo Vittime dell’11 settembre” (Victims of the 11th of September square). The largo features a sculpture by artist Bernard Roig which pays tribute to all the victims of terrorism. It was officially inaugurated on the 11th of September 2012 and in that occasion the US Consul General said: “This moving gesture by the city of Milan demonstrates that, after that tragedy, the friendship between Italy and the United States has strengthened” If you are travelling to Milan from New York you…

Flying from New York to Milan

Flying from New York to Milan has never been easier. There are five (FIVE!) direct flights per day from the city of New York to Milan. Here’s how to get to the capital of fashion. Alitalia (AZ 1046) Alitalia flies from New York JFK (JFK) terminal 1 to Milan Malpensa (MXP), It offers business class (Magnifica), Economy comfort and coach on an Airbus A330. Delta (DL 418) Headquartered at JFK, Delta flies to Milan Mapensa (MXP) from terminal 4 with an Airbus A330 that features both business (Delta One) and economy. American Airlines (AA 198) The Texan carrier flies from JFK…

5 reasons why New Yorkers will love spending time in Milan

Find out why Milan makes New Yorkers feel at home during their stay in the city. The Statue of Liberty The 9/11 memorial The US Consulate The american food The musicals The Statue of Liberty Did you know that in Milan there is an exact same copy of the Statue of Liberty? Check this link to know where it is and why Milan has its own Statue of Liberty. The 9/11 memorial The city of Milan has dedicated a street to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack. It is called “Largo Vittime dell’11 settembre” (Victims of the 11th of September…

New York: the tour of Andy Warhol’s mansions

When it comes to new experiences the city of New York never lets you down. One of the things that could be extremely enjoyable to do in the Big Apple is for sure the tour of the residences of the contemporary art’s artists. Who lived in New York City? Jean Michel Basquiat lived in a one-story building nearby Little Italy, at 57 of Great Jones Street. When Marc Chagall moved to the US to escape the horror of the Nazi persecution he chose for himself and his wife an apartment next to Central Park on 74th street. Edward Hopper lived…