• March 21, 2015
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Milan Moments

I wanted to take you back to some memories and moments from Milan from this past Fashion Week.  I am always the biggest tourist, taking a million pictures with my camera wherever I turn.  Everything is incredible to me over there, and even though I’ve visited a lot, it never gets old.

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Case and point!  I’ve walked by the Duomo a million times, and it takes my breath away at every glance.  I also love to catch the little moments, that melt my heart.

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One thing is for certain, when I’m walking around Italy, I’m always looking up.  There is always so much incredible and unique detail on every building, and I love to sit and imagine it being built all of those centuries ago.

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I love walking around Brera, and taking a stop always to Frida’s to look at their gorgeous blooms.

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I also have to stop and take the obvious tourist photos….like scooters and gelato ALL DAY LONG!

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My bestie Chiara Ferragni had her first shoe presentation, and it was in the most epic location EVER!

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I had died and gone to heaven, and I want heaven to look just like this!  Some days were free days, and I got to hang out with my sweetheart and drink {American} Coffee, and stroll through the city, and also got to have lunch dates with other friends….powered by pizza and buffalo mozzarella (MY FAVE!)

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I also got to celebrate the launch of a dear friend of mine, Candela’s new magazine called The Fashionable Lampoon.  It was such an amazing masquerade party….but guess who forgot her mask….WHOOPS!

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I get a kick out of the little things, like going to the super markets in Italy.  This one is extreme because it is SO big, but I had to take pictures of some of the good stuff….

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Campagnole are some of my faves, but I can’t buy them because I will literally eat the whole bag.  And Nutella…..well, you know, don’t even get me started!  I always cherish my time in Milan.  I realize it’s not the most “gorgeous city” (so the locals say) compared to others in Italy, and I can’t wait to explore the south of Italy hopefully in the near future.  What I do know: I love the people, I love the culture, I love the food, and I love the history.  So thank you Italy, for bringing to me the sweet life!  CIAO BELLA!

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