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  • At the metro station between 5th Avenue and 53rd Street in Manhattan, the closest to the MoMa, there is a new design installation that might surprise commuters and tourists alike. The walls next to the platform of the E and M train have now a new look which, has someone as already commented on social media about, looks like the one of the Milanese metro system. Why?

    Paolo Peroni January 17, 2020
  • Here at The Milan City Journal we like to talk about those who do a great job and these girls behind Checking Invoices surely do! Their profile has the ability to merge the stunning scenes of Milan with the power of the city's main industry: fashion. Learn the story behind this Instagram phenomenon.

    Paolo Peroni September 6, 2019
  • Four weeks in February and September of back to back fashion shows and events belong to the past. The fashion weeks era is over. No more journalists, bloggers, influencers and fashion enthusiasts flying from New York to London and then Milan and Paris to be in the front rows of the major fashion shows in the most iconic buildings of the four fashion capitals of the world. The post pandemic era of the fashion industry will be extremely different and change has already begun.

    Paolo Peroni May 25, 2020
  • The tourism industry depends on the many talents of its professionals but it also needs to rely on international arrivals, domestic business is not enough to keep afloat hotels, travel agents, tourist guides, meeting & wedding planners and many other professional of this relevant industry.

    Paolo Peroni May 16, 2020
  • Even if it is kind of early to clearly judge the spread of the coronavirus in the past 10 days, it seems that the softening of the extreme measures adopted so far has not caused any major peak in the epidemic curve. Phase three of the lockdown starts on the 18th of May

    Paolo Peroni May 14, 2020
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When fashion meets travel: Armani named Ambassador for Responsible Tourism

Giorgio Armani has been designated as Ambassador of Responsible Tourism by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The international organization has recognized the Italian fashion maestro as "a global reference for his timeless designs and creativity as well as for his profound commitment to social responsibility and respect for the environment."

The UN to launch global program for tourism. Starting from Italy

On the 1st of July 2020 the UNWTO secretary general Zurab Pololikashvili will visit Italy. A very meaningful choice by the international organization for two reason. One, Italy is probably the country that has suffered the most during (and after) the pandemic. But most importantly the UN is highlighting once again the relevant role played by Italy in the tourism industry.

Fashion weeks are over…according to Gucci

Four weeks in February and September of back to back fashion shows and events belong to the past. The fashion weeks era is over. No more journalists, bloggers, influencers and fashion enthusiasts flying from New York to London and then Milan and Paris to be in the front rows of the major fashion shows in the most iconic buildings of the four fashion capitals of the world. The post pandemic era of the fashion industry will be extremely different and change has already begun.

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