La moda, la società e il lusso milanese raccontati da uno straniero.
It is not that Milan changed. It remains a vain and superficially dull and distant city, a place whose citizens, as an American friend who lived there for years once said, are at times so aloof they make Parisians seem like members of the Welcome Wagon. But, as happens so often in relationships where emotional attachment forms around habit, I fell for Milan.
It took four visits a year for a decade, but I developed an affectionate knowledge of a city that, far from flaunting its many cultural treasures, makes itself intentionally difficult to know.