About Yara
Ruggiero Colonna Romano and Yara De Nicola have been a couple for three years, they live together in Milan with their tiny cocker Maria. Ruggiero works in the environmental field and turn into a DJ in his free time. He is obsessed with photography as a memory record and keeps buying small cameras that he always brings along with him. Yara is a photographer working for fashion magazines such as  Self Service, Elle Collections, Grazia…She is a terrible cook but a passionate eater and is developing an interesting eye in the food area.
http://www.yaradenicola.com
Current city: Milan
Ruggiero Colonna Romano and Yara De Nicola have been a couple for three years, they live together in Milan with their tiny cocker Maria. Ruggiero works in the environmental field and turn into a DJ in his free time. He is obsessed with photography as a memory record and keeps buying small cameras that he always brings along with him. Yara is a photographer working for fashion magazines such as  Self Service, Elle Collections, Grazia…She is a terrible cook but a passionate eater and is developing an interesting eye in the food area.
 
The owners were an industrial family of the XX century. We’ve been there a couple of times and we suggest it to every friend who is coming to town. You walk through the villa in the exact way they left it. You can see their personal pictures framed in the living room, their wardrobes and drawers full of stuff, like a pair of silk scarves especially designed by Monsieur Christian Dior for the sisters Gigina and Nedda Necchi, even the big marble’s bathrooms designed, like the entire house, by the architect Piero Portaluppi are inspiring.
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Even the most unconventional tourist would never leave Milan without visiting Piazza del Duomo. Well, since you’re there you must have a traditional “aperitivo” (to get before lunch or before dinner) at the Bar Zucca where Verdi and Toscanini used to go, back from the Scala Theatre. We never sit at the nice small tables located apart, we like to enjoy our Rabarbaro Zucca standing in the crowd of the bar - just try it.
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To really reach/understand a city you must live there or, at least, acting like you do. Nothing makes you feel more like a Milanese D.O.C. than stopping by Frida's on a Sunday morning to buy some flowers. Located in Brera this tiny shop has an extraordinary colour palette of flowers and plants. After that we just take a walk in the neighbourhood holding our bunch of Brassica Oleracea and our day is made.
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First we should say the flaw, Trattoria Arlati is a bit far away from the city centre and not really easy to get to with public transport. Having said that, it’s the most charming restaurant where we’ve ever been. We always go there and always get the same menu, “Risotto al Salto” and “Ossobuco alla Milanese” of course, and it’s always delicious but is not just the food. In the 60’s it was really popular among artists, in the 70’s bands started to play in the basement and now when you get in you immediately feel it. It’s a charismatic place.
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Visual artist based in Milan
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Condé Nast Brazil correspondent / Creative Content Strategist at Frank Studio Milano
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I am an independent Art Director, Visual Designer and Brand Strategist consultant based in Milan. I’m specialized in creation and management of brand identities, commissioned by direct clients as brands, companies and designers, and by design studios as well. Beyond that, I’m a true paper lover, literally obsessed with typography and always curious about what’s on in my city. And also when I travel, I always get in touch with local creative people. © pic by: Mattia Balsamini
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In 2017 I created DotPigeon, an artistic project that uses Instagram as a platform. Inspired by pop culture, politics, icons and trends of the moment, the idea behind my artworks remains the same: to twist images in order to create simple and comprehensible messages executed in a clean and visually satisfying way. The account reaches more than 40 thousand people and my works have been published by several online magazines, Instagram pages and newspapers (Forbes, ItsNiceThat, Fubiz, Popmyeyes, UrbanContest, Freeda, Designyoutrust, Designtaxi, Cnn, Darlin Magazine, Collater.al, Il Messaggero, Trendland, Picame Mag and many others).
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Lisa Carletta is a Belgian Director and Photographer based in Milan. She completed a Master in Fine Art at Royal College of Art in 2017 where she developed digital work and 3D animation. Recurring themes in her work are often taken from her personal life, in which memories of her own experiences take a central role, revealing common human insecurities and anxieties.  Lisa’s work fabricates a fantasy world where nothing is what it seems. 
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