9 01, 2016

Miranda Gristly: the fashion guru in Florence!

By |9 January, 2016|Categories: Fashion, Shopping and Events|

Everyone knows me as Miss Gristly, but you can simply call me Miranda. My name is synonymous with fashion, in Florence and everywhere else in the world.

Where fashion is, there I am… What else could it be? I design the best clothes and the best shoes, I have the most innovative ideas as far as materials, cuts, fabrics and working procedures for leading luxury brands are concerned!

My presence at the […]

2 01, 2016

Central Market in Florence: tradition, innovation, quality

By |2 January, 2016|Categories: Food, Restaurants, Recipes|

The covered markets arose from the urban clearance process that concerned Italian and European city centers during the second half of the XIXth century. Nowadays, they remain one of the most fascinating heritage of cast-iron architecture. In Florence, the Sant’Ambrogio Market and the San Lorenzo Market (also known as Central Market), were designed by the architect Giuseppe Mengoni (who was also responsible for Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan), and respectively opened to the public in 1873 and 1874.


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