thesartorialist Giovanna, via Indipendenza, Bologna shot for my @facesbythesartorialist project with Luxottica 6h

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thesartorialist Good early morning from the glass castles of New York 11h

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thesartorialist Vintage trunk in the lobby of my last hotel of this trip Grand Hotel et de Milan. So close to my trip! Rome, Florence, Naples, Torino, Genova, Bari, Milan, Arezzo. Perugia, Bologna, Rimini, Capri. Such a fantastic experience to live in such grace and elegance. Italy is truly magical. 2d
  •   iosonolula Italians do it better 1d
  •   annettelane So true! 1d
  •   genkix70anna So, so, so, so cute 1d
  •   consueloblocker In a very selfish way, I am delighted that you, with yr incredible sensibility, were able to truly "meet" Italy with the 'help of a [many] friend!' It was a blast following you!! 1d
  •   jim_say The Cinque Terra coast, just down from Milan, along with it Lovers Trail, is amazing with little to no car traffic. 1d
  •   nattilyattired Scott, going to Capri in about a month. Any recommendations? 1d

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thesartorialist A real man knows how to be a real dad. Alessandro @alessandrosquarzi great style because he has a great heart. 2d

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thesartorialist Trastevere, Rome www.TheSartorialist.com. 3d

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thesartorialist The morning pool side in Tuscany. Thank you Beppe for all your kindness. 4d

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thesartorialist 100 columns ( each unique) and tower of S. Marie, Arezzo 4d

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thesartorialist With my good friend Beppe @beppe_angiolini in Arezzo! What a chic city ! 5d

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thesartorialist Tonight's sunset over Perugia, Italy 5d

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thesartorialist Centro Storico, Bari www.TheSartorialist.com This is one of my favorite images of this trip so far 5d

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thesartorialist One day in the hilltop town of Perugia. Tomorrow Arezzo! 6d

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thesartorialist Centro Storico, Bari www.TheSartorialist.com 6d

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thesartorialist Villa Spalletti Trivelli @villaspallettitrivelli in Rome is one of the most chic hotels I've ever visited. So tastefully decorated and the service is great. I could sit and talk in those red chairs for hours. This shot isn't even my favorite part of the hotel. I can share some more later. It actually seems a shame to call it a hotel. It's closer to a perfect Italian B&B 7d

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thesartorialist What should you do at the beach club when it rains? Have lunch while wearing a funny hat! Rimini 1w

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thesartorialist Baby escape at Chiesa Sant' di Andrea Al Quirinale, Rome 1w

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thesartorialist The crest at the entrance of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Roma 1w

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thesartorialist More great signs of Italy. I love the simplicity but there is an undeniably strong stylistic statement here. 1w

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thesartorialist Rome! I've been here several times but this is the first time I'm really seeing the beauty of the city. Help me out again!! What do I need to see???? 1w
  •   diandrabaffetti Monti district, real radical chic source. 1w
  •   slava_como ???? 1w
  •   mgiuliab A walk in Villa Borghese, piazza di Spagna, a coffee at Ciampini in Piazza in Lucina, a dinner at Caminetto in viale Parioli, this is the real Rome! Don't forget Vatican city and if you come to piazza di Spagna hope to meet you!!!!! 1w
  •   eldiamantejewellery Oceano Marforio Sculpture in the Musei Capitolini (as seen in the film La Grande Bellezza) @thesartorialist 7d
  •   eldiamantejewellery Il Tempietto San Pietro in Montorio by Bramante 7d
  •   casamoni Eat to ristorante angelina,look at: www.ristoranteangelina.com 7d
  •   ciampini_roma @mgiuliab thak you ;) 6d
  •   retailcoach Outstanding aperitif & dinner on the Hassler Hotel terrace: stunning view! (No way to visit all the big beauty in just one trip!!) 4d

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thesartorialist When in Rome (or Napoli) I choose to try and fit in, not to "act Italian" but just so people don't look at me. I think a base truth of being a good observer is to blend in and not be the one being observed. In Naples ,or Italy in general, at breakfast that means wrapping your brioche. 1w

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