Art
Art & culture

The inner unity of the sacred and the profane

‘From the Imprint of Jesus’ by artist Veronica Piraccini is bound to resurrect the age-old debate surrounding the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin. (Photo Gabriella Carta - Veronica Piraccini in her atelier d’art in Rome)

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Raffaele Caputo

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1/9/2019

Art
Profiles

The "Art" of doing business

I was recently asked to do the courtesy of driving an elderly Italian-born gentleman to an appointment some 13 kilometers from where he lives. It was meant to be an easy task: we were to merely drop off one item and pick another, he navigated while I drove, and the round trip should not have taken much more than a half hour, even in heavy traffic. Alas, the whole trip took a lot longer than anticipated. (Photo Wide Shut Photography)

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Raffaele Caputo

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1/7/2019

Fashion
Art & culture

A Stylist speaking stronger and louder than words

The name might be unfamiliar to readers of Segmento but fashion stylist Lynette Pater has had a big hand in making known the talents of a man who has twice graced the pages of this magazine—Italian milliner Stefano Costabile. (Photo Richard Shaw)

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Raffaele Caputo

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21/2/2019

Tennis
Sport

FILA – Merlatti Silvano's brand that brought style & colour to the world of tennis

Fila is a renowned brand of sportswear and accessories, favored by many sporting greats for the quality of its materials, unique designs and practicality.

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Raffaele Caputo

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10/2/2018

Food trends
Food & wine

An unassuming ambassador of the Italian cuisine in Melbourne

Luisa Valmorbida is the current “Delegata” or president of the Melbourne branch of the Italian Academy of Cuisine, a role she took on more than 18 months ago. Raffaele Caputo interviewed her about the history of the Academy in Melbourne and her innovative ideas on how to enhance knowledge and appreciation of the Italian cuisine.

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Raffaele Caputo

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10/2/2018

Food trends
Food & wine

The wonderful paradox behind the Italian Academy of Cuisine

The first thing we should bear in mind when talking about the Italian Academy of Cuisine (Accademia Italiana della Cucina – a gastronomic association that began in Milan more than half a century ago, is the oddity of the name.

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Raffaele Caputo

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20/9/2017

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