Last week saw Rome become a host for the sixth edition of Green Fashion Week, a non-profit international event bringing together designers, activists and models in the name of sustainable development. As models strutted past ancient ruins of Rome, we spoke

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The heart is beating more than it normally should. It is late in the game and the scoreline is even. The pressure is on. And you are not even on the field. Fans across the world have poured their being into

On August 3rd, 2014, the jihadist armies of the self-proclaimed Islamic Caliphate invaded and conquered the region of Sinjar in Northern Iraq. The elders of Sinjar were gunned to death. The men were murdered. And the women were dragged from

When looking for quality in your clothes, nothing better than the guarantee of a product Made in Italy,  a label that we instantly associate with the style and elegance of Italian fashion brands. Kastner&Pallavicino brings back a piece of clothing which

A Win-Win Partnership for Development in the 21st Century The world is changing as fast as the pace of new technological innovations that are increasingly shrinking our notion of time and space. And one of the trigger of changes is the

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Elizabeth Jennings has many namesakes. If you search for her on Google, you’ll find a deceased English poet, an African-American activist and more, but there is only one Elizabeth Jennings, the bestselling romantic suspense writer who lives in Italy and

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