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Not to sound like your mom or anything, but you don’t want to get caught outside without a cute winter coat when the temperature drops!
To make sure you stay warm and look cool, here are the best Fontana‘s coats you’d love to have.
Winter coats are the staple in any wardrobe, and this season we’ve been overwhelmed with choice.
From red to tartan, from blue royal to camel.
Winter coats are looking seriously good this season and we’re actually looking forward to the temperature dropping so we can cosy up in everything from pastel pinks to statement faux fur.
Fontana Couture is the renowned Italian fashion house, synonymous with luxury and quality, which since 1928 has represented the ingenious craftsmanship and excellence of Italian Tailoring in Lady Style.
The new clothing line borrowed from the fashion house, historically located in Via Della Spiga in Milan, its cutting perfection, the elegance of its models and its attention to details, all of which make Fontana 2.0 the symbol of prêt-à-porter elegance.
March 11, 2015 Leave a comment
With these tips in our pocket, we’re about ready to go. First, let’s get our gear together:
GRINDER: Consistently tasty espresso starts with consistently ground coffee. To get the most out of your beans, choose a “burr” (not a “blade”) grinder that can grind finely with many steps of adjustment.
MACHINE: Our favorite espresso machines sport solid components, stable temperatures, and a sensible interface. If you’re in the market for a new machine, you can rest assured that every model on our website meets these criteria.
FILTER: Your espresso machine may have arrived with a few options. For starters, grab a two-spouted or bottomless portafilter and insert a double basket – that’ll most likely be the largest of the baskets you received.
TAMPER: For a secure “coffee puck” and even extraction, pick a tamper that fits your portafilter basket snugly. Most baskets have a diameter of 58 millimeters.
SCALE: With a gram scale, you’ll be better equipped to monitor parameters, produce consistent results, and diagnose problems. We favor those with low resolutions, reading in 0.1- to 1-gram increments, and recommend that you weigh both dose and yield.
VESSEL: Something to catch that liquid gold. A volumetric shot glass can help you keep track of how much espresso you’re pulling, especially if you don’t have a scale handy.
February 26, 2015 1 Comment
La Pavoni Spa was founded in Milan in 1905 thanks to Desiderio Pavoni in a little workshop at Via Parini. His first invention was patented by Luigi Bezzera, on 1st September 1902, duly registered at the Milan State office on 19th September 1903, and gave life to the first espresso coffee machine for bar called “Ideale”.
In 1948 La Pavoni manufactured its first machine with horizontal boiler.
This project was conceived by Gio Ponti, Antonio Fornaroli and Alberto Rosselli, whose cooperation gave birth to model 47 called “LA CORNUTA” (“The horn”) because of its brewing groups standing out from the cylindrical boiler body.
1956 saw the creation of the “Concorso” series. This was a project developed by Bruno Munari and Enzo Mari, where the body has a particular design; the modular geometrical parts, put together, enable the building of machines with more than one group, in which the stress is put on the colour matching.
In 1961 the so-called “Brewing” commercial machine was introduced onto the market. The temperature always remains the same, water heats up and – through the brewing groups – is directed onto the pressed coffee, obtaining one or two cups of tasty and creamy coffee.
The cooperation between Alberto Rosselli and Angelo Tito Anselmi gave life in 1961 to a model called “BRASILIA”.
In the same year, 1961, developing an idea by a Milanese artisan, the first electrical machine for domestic use was created. This machine could it to brew espresso coffee and hot drinks, just like the way they were made in the coffee bar. That machine was called “Europiccola”.
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The boundary between reality and the dream is represented by favolismo Luana Celli, a researcher in atmospheres unknown, magical and improbable, as if they were taken directly from the world of ideas and would return to the surface to make us dream with open eyes.
Its implementation methods are high and show a depth of soul like no other.
The chromatic harmony affiliated technical ability in getting the form, gives the artist a skill and a unique expertise.
In other words, the objective fact transposes into something else, in another place at the boundary between the fairytale and fable, between the dreamlike and ghostly.
Elements that must surely stimulate it to go on, so give us dreams.
(REVIEW OF THE ART CRITIC: DR. ANDREA D. TARICCO)
Art is like a sky where each star has its place.
The stars are many, but when we look at some appear more vivid, more like our mood, our expectations.
Luana Celli creates shapes and creatures, through a dialogue that never stops, between the hand that performs the stretch and his inner strength is enhanced by the fusion of many feelings and emotions to be redesigned, but only apparently conflicting authentic.
The painting of Luana Celli, can not be cataloged, placed in a school of thought and even his style can be compared to that of other artists.
His way of painting is original and does not follow mathematical rules but derives from his interior and the ability to trace, with emotional simplicity, every trait that, if by magic comes alive, takes shape and speak to the viewer to see.
Luana Celli love beauty and impresses on his canvases with the genuine force of the Arts who lives actively, with the mind and the heart.
(CRITICAL REVIEW OF DR. PIERO BRUNI)
Luana Celli lived and worked for years near Rome. He attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and was a student of Maestro Giulio Turcato. He has participated in important exhibitions Italian gaining more success with critics and audiences. Winner of numerous awards, exhibited in the famous historical exhibition “ONE HUNDRED ARTISTS VIA MARGUTTA.”