• Situation and Forecast for Luxury Markets The Altagamma Monitor conference will be held on Thursday, October 29th at UniCredit Pavilion in Milan.

  • NAUTICA ITALIANA ASSOCIATION ESTABLISHED Grouping together top Italian nautical companies,  the association is affiliated with Fondazione Altagamma, which serves as a valuable ally in creating synergy with high-end segments of other industries.


    For EXPO2015, private and public join forces in the name of Beauty: introducing Panorama, a video-installation in Milan that narrates Italian uniqueness in 15 minutes.

  • Altagamma and SDA Bocconi: a new agreement to promote the Symbolic Economy Through a new organic training and research program, the aim is to valorize italy's cultural and aesthetic heritage, increase the industry's competitiveness and accelerate the growth of creative and cultural businesses.    

  • GUCCI AND UNICEF CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF COLLABORATION To mark 10 years of partnership in  UNICEF’s work, Gucci released a short film, Growing Tall, by Christina Voros, narrated by children, teachers and parents in a rural community in Mozambique and Malawi.

  • Luxury Consumption forecasted to grow in 2015 Altagamma, Global Blue and Bain&Company agree in forecasting positive performances for luxury brands in the current year

  • The High-End Design Market analysed by Altagamma

    The Market size, the growth by geographies and categories, the role of Italian and International players, the challenges for the future: in the first Altagamma event dedicated to High End Design Furniture sector the Design Market Monitor was presented.

  • Altagamma Monitor 2014 - The Conference All you need to know about Luxury Markets at the Altagamma Conference. Global Luxury Market worths € 223 billion, growing 5%.  Chinese consumers are the top and fastest growing nationality. Zero growth for shopping tourism in EU. Growth forecast also for 2015.

  • Monumental Pucci in Florence

    On the occasion of Firenze/Hometown of Fashion, Pitti Immagine Uomo and Emilio Pucci will launch an exclusive art installation entitled “Monumental Pucci”.

    “Monumental Pucci” involves “styling” the famed Florence Baptistery with the “Battistero” scarf print from the Pucci archives. Designed by the Marquise Emilio Pucci in 1957, the print portrays an aerial view of Piazza San Giovanni in vibrant Mediterranean colors.

  • Candida Höfer at Bisazza Foundation

    The Bisazza Foundation for Design and Contemporary Architecture honors German photographer Candida Höfer, with an exhibition entitled "Candida Höfer. Images of Architecture", a journey through a selection of large-format photographs of classic and contemporary architecture, personally chosen by the artist, on display until July 27th, 2014.

  • Rome's Trevi Fountain restoration financed by Fendi started in June The renovation of the Rome's 18th-century Fountain, famed as a setting for the film "La Dolce Vita", will be financed by the Fashion House with €2.180 million as a declaration of love for the Eternal City that inspired Fendi’s creativity during the last decades.

  • Ferragamo renovates the Uffizi Gallery The Salvatore Ferragamo Group has pledged to donate 600,000 Euros to renovate eight rooms of the Uffizi Gallery. The support will enable the Florence Museum to reopen the rooms within a year and display about 50 works dating back to 15th century, mainly by masters including Filippo Lippi, Luca Signorelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pietro Perugino and Piero di Cosimo.

  • The New Altagamma Ambassadors: Massimo Bottura, Ludovico Einaudi, Alessandro Mendini and Davide Oldani The two chefs Massimo Bottura and Davide Oldani, the piano player and composer Ludovico Einaudi and the designer Alessandro Mendini have been named ambassadors of the Italian creativity and excellence: the four of them represent an outstanding example of the Italian genius in different fields – gastronomy, music and design/architecture – and now have become members of the Altagamma Honorary Council.

  • Bulgari donates €1.5m to renovate Spanish Steps Bulgari has answered the government's plea for help to fund renovation of Rome's famous Spanish Steps. Bulgari  will put €1.5m towards the two-year refurbishment, which will begin in 2015.

    The Spanish Steps refurbishment will be "the special gift from Bulgari to its city" to mark the jeweller's 130th anniversary, the company's chief executive Jean-Christophe Babin told a press conference in Rome.

  • LARTE: The brand new hotspot in Milan The place to be and to be seen, where the very best of the “made In Italy” in the fields of catering, food, wine, interior design, culture, art and fashion are brought together to express and show the world the finest Italian cuisine. An innovative alliance under the umbrella of the Altagamma Foundation. Is it a restaurant? YES and much more. It is a mere model of Italian hospitality, an innovative location expressing the best of our lifestyle mixing food and art, great wines and design, culture and fashion. www.lartemilano.com