November Issue Magnifico feat. Alexander Beckoven. Starring Polina Zavialova and Cristiano Palmerini. Video Giulia Bertuletti.
Text Carlo Mazzoni. The new issue - Magnifico. Magnifico - Magnificent - is the cover shot starring UglyWorldWide lensed by Nick Knight. Magnificent are the previously unpublished works by Émile Zola and Francis Scott Fitzgerald. And Magnificent is our new world, the new Lampoon. In Italy and in the world.
Text Carlo Mazzoni. She is Daniela Fantini. The Lady asked Piero Lissoni to design the new headquarter of Fantini Rubinetterie: a building of glass, gently surfacing amidst willows and brooms. On the edge of the park of the manor house, there is a small hotel which resembles to a diamond, in the centre of Pella.
Text Angelica Carrara. It’s called Ecrudo and it’s the new restaurant all about Italy located on via Savona. Harmony is synonymous with the ideal balance between discreet furniture and good cooking based on ingredients made more flavorsome by the sun, the sea and soil of the Bel Paese.
Text Micol Beltramini. The second interview from the Rome Film Fest 2017. An actor who does not stop at prejudice: «People often ask me if I was aware of the risk I was taking at the time. Risk? (...) I saw Brokeback Mountain from the beginning as a beautiful love story».
Text Carlo Mazzoni. Neapolis. New city and beauty. The yellow ochre colour of Santa Chiara’s majolica tiles and the turquoise of waves, of petroleum and tar. The green of old moulds over the studs of the gate of a church and the red of the Mount Vesuvius’ lava. The colours of Naples become makeup.
Text Cesare Cunaccia. The italian 17th century, between glories and misfortunes. The story behind The Nun of Monza. Countess and Lady of Monza, lady Maria Anna personally managed and collected the relative taxes in the Lombard city at the gates of Milan. She will be always remembered for her forbidden love.
Text Cesare Cunaccia. The concept of Exotic in an array of fleeting yet precise frames. Fendi does not want to restrict its desire for metamorphosis and fevered experimentation of a thousand iridescent flashes, on materials, inserts, and highly skilled artisan workmanship. Bags and clutches that retain their essence.
Text Andrea Dusio. Tonight the concert in Milan, and in two days in Rome. His past is marked by excesses, the redemption after his son’s death.
Text Cesare Cunaccia. The Borghese Gallery houses the genius of Bernini, thanks to the commitment of Fendi for the beauty of the city of Rome.
Text Micol Beltramini. The first interview from the Rome Film Fest 2017. A director who is not afraid to express his opinion.
Text Domenico Paris. Twenty years ago, the rock market, already saturated, was revolutionized with their album. This is how the punk genre was born.
Text Cesare Cunaccia. An exhibition and a set at EUR in Rome. At the Maison’s HQ to be the protagonist of the movies on the big screen.
Text Simone Mosca. Following the success of The Breadwinner, Angelina Jolie portrays Afghan women in an animation feature.
Text Domenico Paris. Her rolls were found into an abandoned garage in New York. She gets her post-mortem exhibition.
Text Gian Paolo Serino. In one week we will have the solar time, this means longer nights to read four books, all snuggled in warm blankets.
Text Domenico Paris. Interview with Rossella Menegazzo, curator of the exhibition in Rome to compare the artist with his students.
Text Gian Paolo Serino. The foliage brings a spoonful of change also in the publishing. Five books to read to boost one’s ego.
Text Nicola Manuppelli. La vita 'jazz' di uno scrittore e traduttore di letteratura americana, fra piccoli episodi quotidiani, incontri con grandi autori, lettere & letture, riflessioni & chiacchierate col proprio cane Hank. Un viaggio fra autori noti e meno noti della letteratura USA, che è al tempo stesso un memoir.
Text Domenico Paris. Until January 21 Rome will host the largest ever selection of original artworks from Asian comics.
Text Angelica Carrara. The dry-cleaner by Hermés where your Carré is given new life. After in Turin, it will be in Bologna and Palermo shortly.
Text Gian Paolo Serino. Exclusively for Lampoon, the prelude that opens the first novel by Magda Szabó, the world’s most translated Hungarian writer.