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GIORGIO ARMANI, AN ANCIENT FEELING: Meet what amazes you, in the suggestion of architectural languages of Bramante, an amazing man, a gift of the Italian Renaissance

armani1I dress Armani, Giorgio Armani, but not because it sets the trend, rather, because the things that he imagines and transformed into clothes, or perfume, they have – at least for me – all an identical feature: tonal, join what I are “inside”, what I want to be “out”. Hello, I’m Michele, an Italian, and I live in Milan, from my birth. As you know, our Universal Exhibition is coming, but I have a suggestion for you: come now in Milan, because you will see a “Italian concreteness ” (not only that of Giorgio Armani, but a compatriot – Donato of Pascuccio – lived in Italy, exactly 500 years ago). http://www.armani.com/itbramante1

Keywords Michele: your expense will be profitable. Yes, as in the morning when I decide to wear things that are “tone on tone”, with what I feel inside, I turn to you that same beckoning invitation: if this time in your life needs a “interior habit”, come in my city, come to the beautiful exhibition in the Pinacoteca Brera in Milan, where you can learn about the history of a real man, flexible, innovative and radical, as only a few are able to be. “Bramante” (the name of art), Donato (first name), was born in Urbino, a city in central Italy, which I invite you to write in your diary (a tip, call the notebook so innovative, for example, diary of concreteness). Bramante died in Rome (exactly 500 years ago), where he left a showy “trace” of its concreteness, the dome of St. Peter, brought to conclusion by Michelangelo. http://www.museumticketreservations.com/ita-booking.php?idMuseo=21ultima.cena1

Urbino, Milan and Rome. This is the horizon of life of that master of modernity, and it is in the same horizon of concreteness, that I invite you to dive, when you come in Italy (possibly following the same route: Urbino, Milan and Rome). Display an intact town of renaissance (Urbino, with the testimony of his Ducal Court), you can see an eternal city (Rome, where St. Peter took turns incredibly creative concrete, such as Raphael and Sangallo, Bramante and Michelangelo), and finally Milan (do not forget to visit the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, to see a fresco by Leonardo da Vinci “the Last Supper”, to enter, then – as I have already said – in the Brera Pinacoteca  – where, you will not find a selection of clothes designed by Giorgio Armani, but paintings and objects that come from far away, those that will leave you in a strange feeling: you go forth from Brera, feeling at ease, with that part of yourself that you expected to know your “inner Italian concreteness” Hello, welcome to Italy, welcome in the concrete. Michele. http://www.brera.beniculturali.it/

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