LAUNCH of DREST, the world’s first interactive luxury styling game

    Conceived by award-winning former Editor-in-Chief Lucy Yeomans, and developed in partnership with investor, entrepreneur Graham Edwards, DREST offers global fashion lovers the opportunity to discover and interact with world’s top brands and express their creative styling prowess. DREST is an interactive fashion styling app with creativity, content, entertainment and gamification at its core. The platform champions self-expression and organic fashion discovery, allowing users to style and create their own content, and game and shop.

    Cesanamedia is the exclusive representative of DREST platform in the Italian market

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    Wallpaper* China Edition announces exclusive partnership with Cesanamedia

    Now in its third year of production Wallpaper* magazine’s China Edition focusses on the culture of creativity, encouraging its burgeoning Chinese audience to appreciate the craft, dynamics, beauty and thrill of contemporary design, architecture, fashion with an open mind and a modern attitude. As this ground-breaking publication develops and its readership of design industry practitioners, design lovers and influencers continues to grow,  Wallpaper* announces a new and exclusive partnership with Cesanamedia, now official sales representative for the Wallpaper* China edition.  Regular consumers of design-related luxury products account for 62% of the China edition audience.


    KOMMERSANT Cocktail

    KOMMERSANT Editors and Advertising Team, for the first time in Milan, celebrated 30th Anniversary of Kommersant Daily with some brand partners and friends in the amazing, cosy setting of Villa Necchi. Ferrari partnered with the celebration offering magnum bottles of Ferrari Maximum Brut. The full team included Natela Potskhveriya Editor-in-chief, Style Women; Style Men and Style Gifts; Alexander Schurenkov, Editor-in-chief, Style Art; Elena Kananykina, Editor-in-chief, Style Interiors; Polina Pranevskaya, Adv Head of the Luxury and Anastasia Shishaeva, Adv Senior manager. Photo credits : @karina_taira



    JUGULAR Issue#2

    "This second edition of JUGULAR voices the soul, the courage and the inquiring minds of the individuals we portrait here: talented and rigorous personalities who contribute to the diversity and the beauty in the world, in art and life; unflagging, passionate, driven by their own belief, free from any boundaries or barriers". Editor-in-Chief, Max Zambelli’s statement is the most effective introduction to magazine JUGULAR #2 while the best companion is limitless curiosity. Made up of very high visual and disruptive inspirations, an antidote to boredom, as the magazine's tagline states, it represents an innovative project, where art, fashion, and design find their place and form, blending into a perfect balance between form, content, and substance.




    Welcome to Wallpaper* June issue, Travel & Transport special. A cover feature is a cerebral, refined shoot from Wallpaper* interiors stylist Maria Sobrino and photographer Tommaso Sartori. With all the colours created in camera, it’s unique and powerful. The limited-edition subscribers’ cover portraits Isaac Julien’s collage featuring an actress as Lina Bo Bardi looking out from her Coaty structure in Salvador, Brazil. June Issue previews also Venice Art Biennale where Art and Fashione unite; M+ museum in Hong Kong, the first cruise of Virgin Group new Scarlet Lady, photographed at Fincantieri; a spin in the newest electric cars. And much more to discover...



    WALLPAPER* HANDMADE X at Milan Design Week 2019

    Wallpaper* Handmade, hosted at the elegant Milan’s Salone dei Tessuti, turns 10 and explores love in its infinite variety.

    Wallpaper* Handmade has curated and paired some of the finest creative talents and rising stars with the most outstanding makers and manufacturers,’ says Sarah Douglas, Wallpaper* editor-in-chief. ‘For this year’s love-themed exhibition we’ve produced our most imaginative collection of unique creations yet.’


    T MAGAZINE Celebrates Salone del Mobile 2019

    T’s annual Salone del Mobile celebration has turned the garden of Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan into a fantastical landscape created by the design duo Studio Ossidiana – Alessandra Covini and Giovanni Bellotti. T’s editor in chief, Hanya Yanagihara, had invited the designers to bring the inventiveness of their recent Prix de Rome-winning project — in which they reimagined the Sixhaven area of Amsterdam as a floating playground — to the party (a model of that design was also on display inside the villa). While guests included Olafur Eliasson, Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson and India Mahdavi, the stars of the evening were undoubtedly the 12 pastel-painted piñatas, shaped like abstract plants and otherworldly farm buildings and filled with chocolates; petals from the Milanese florist Potafiori and surprise gifts.



    In conjunction with Milan's Design Week and the release of Issue#2, JUGULAR presents itself together with the artists who have contributed to this latest exciting adventure. Held in between Miart and Salone del Mobile, the launch event will be a three-dimensional and contemporary representation of the topics covered in Issue #2, through special installations dedicated to some of the personalities that have accompanied us during this fantastic journey; Jean-Marie Massaud, Arko Datto, Léon Hendrickx, Edoardo Tresoldi, Andrea Galvani, Júlio Leitão, Nicolangelo Gelormini, to name a few.



    Sarah Douglas, Wallpaper* Editor-in-Chief, invited for an “aperitivo” clients and friends to celebrate Milan, nominated City of the Year by 2019 Wallpaper* Awards.

    The cocktail took place at Caffé Fernanda, within Brera Pinacoteca, recently redesigned and launched for the visitors of the art gallery and any customer who appreciates the special place.

    Caffè Fernanda, named for Fernanda Wittgens, the gallery’s erstwhile director responsible for rebuilding the institution following its bombing in the Second World War, serves up coffee, cakes and evening aperitivo to the gallery-goers and art students that populate the institution’s hallowed halls.



    The annual Culture issue, which drops April 14 is unlike anything T has ever done. The theme is America in 2024. T has invited artists, fashion designers and playwrights to write original plays about what they imagine America to look like in 2024. The issue will read like a book, comprising of ~10 plays. The issue will have a series of covers featuring celebrities cast in the plays. A group of emerging and established playwrights will be writing short, original plays about what they envision for America in 2024. These plays--written exclusively for T and published in their entirety in print and online--will be performed at a one-night-only event in New York City. Natural, intimate, and paired down, performers will do read-throughs of the plays, offering attendees a peek behind the curtain of what goes into creating original works of art.