Rione Regola: Rome's Small Town Charm
Published in Spend

The winding set of streets that depart from Rome’s bustling Campo de’ Fiori comprise one of the capital’s most refined and authentic districts, the Rione Regola.

The Roman Coffee Scene
Published in Food and Drink

You can walk around the city of Rome all day long in an attempt to take in the contrasting beauty of this ancient and vibrant metropolis. Or, you can simply pull up a seat and let everything come to you, as it eventually will - the Roman way. LUXOS suggests a visit to these charming cafes during your journey in the Eternal City. 

Isaia, a voyage around Neapolitan fashion
Published in Fashion

Gianluca Isaia, CEO of Isaia, is proud of his brand, which, like him, is a perfect expression of Naples and its remarkable heritage of men's tailoring, creating products that are at once smart, elegant, and also contemporary, made using superb textiles. He himself explains the hallmarks of Neapolitan menswear.

Haute Kidswear Goes Jungle Fever
Published in Spend

Haute Italian children's brand, Il Gufo, delivers its own creative and imaginative take on 'jungle fever' in the Spring-Summer 2017 collection.

24 Hours in Verona
Published in Things to do

Where is the most romantic city in Italy? Some would say Rome, others claim cupid to live among the canals of Venice and then there are fans of Capri. Each one of these glorious landmark sites have their respective place in our hearts, but we can never forget where unrequited, powerful love was not only recorded but staged for hundreds of years.

In Florence with Alice Cheron
Published in People

LUXOS talks to Florence-based French blogger, Alice Cheron, the founder of AlidiFirenze, a lifestyle and fashion blog, devoted to discovering the best boutiques in the city and interviewing the great minds behind some of the city’s less familiar luxury brands. This is her guide to a perfect day in Florence.

Relais San Lorenzo
Published in Hotels

Designed by renowned architect Adolfo Natalini, the Relais San Lorenzo plays host to a unique combination of art and culture, ancient and future, nature and emotion. 

Puglia, Italy
Published in Things to do

Have you ever wondered what sits at the heel of Italy? While everyone flocks to the resorts around Naples and Capri, Italians have reveled in the glorious handmade food and blessed, lush nature and seashores in this part of the country for years. If you have only 24 hours to discover Lecce, this guide will help you.  

Guide To: Porta Nuova Isola & Brera
Published in Things to do

Each of these districts: Porta Nuova, Isola and Brera, offer insight into just how much Milan has developed in recent decades. 

Milan Design Week: Highlights 2017
Published in Things to do

As the Salone del Mobile event grows with each passing year, it's easy to get distracted; we shine a light on what not to miss at the 56th edition.