• Travel
  • Siena

    A medieval city in Tuscany with constant rivalry with Florence, Siena is picturesque and still holds the culture of traditional times. Little streets, steep hills and elaborate churches are the charming qualities of the small city, which still endures Gothic artistic values, in contrast to Florentine Renaissance. Emma, who has been living in Siena for […]

  • Lifestyle
  • Florentine Art

    On the first Sunday of every month, state museums, galleries and baptisteries are free of charge to the public in Florence. Mum and I took this day as an opportunity to visit some of the great museums and galleries that Florence has to offer. This really does take up the whole day, as not only […]

  • Style
  • Alessandro Dari. A Jewellery Paradise.

    Among the historic Renaissance streets in the San Niccolò district of Florence, I was attracted to the unusual pieces of jewellerydisplayed in the store windows of the Florentine goldsmith maestro, Alessandro Dari’s workshop. Naturally, I dragged my cousin and we were both taken to a magical, unique and beautiful jewellery paradise. This was jewellery that I […]

  • Style
  • Flamboyant Fur

    A favourite item of mine, which I wear in the autumn with jumpers and under coats for extra warmth in the winter and with dresses in the spring – the Fur Gilet. A transitional wardrobe item, I love wearing it with a mix of fabrics, particularly, with leather leggings and silk shirts. Practical and providing sufficient […]

  • Food
  • Gucci e Gelato

    “Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten.” So far what would be the two things that I love the most about being in Florence? The Gucci Museum and Italian Gelato. An admirer for both Gucci handbags and good quality ice cream, if you know me that is the perfect attraction for me in Florence. […]