Michelangelo, We Hear You—If We Stayed In Rome We Might Lose Our Heads, Too

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Michelangelo, We Hear You—If We Stayed In Rome We Might Lose Our Heads, Too

VOLUME TWO:

Flaunt Magazine pursues LUISAVIAROMA through their twelfth Firenze4Ever, a tech-powered, crystal-adorned extravaganza.

Firenze4Ever Day 2: LUISAVIAROMA, like Michelangelo before, chose Florence as their truly creative home, leading us to Style Labs Day 2.

Top fashion bloggers and stylists hustled through the narrow streets, draping themselves across the facades of historical stone buildings, taking selfies on shrub-lined rooftops, all in the pursuit of maximal sartorial expression—the results of which infinitely live on LUISAVIAROMA's far reaching social channels.

Creativity tumbled round the clock, afternoon became evening, and the party traipsed, elegantly, of course, to dinner at Palazzo Gondi.

As papal portraiture rained down their stoic gazes, the remnants of a fantasy snowfall decorated two long tables.

Appropriate and less appropriate jokes were had, and while so tempting to turn up in a creative capital, overflowing with the best and the brightest in fashion, the wise turned down on the earlier side.

The following day, LUISAVIAROMA CEO Andrea Panconesi would address fortunate minds at Fashion & Technology, the festival's keynote summit.

Panels were had, Powerpoints were clicked through, and meet-and-greets permitted a plethora of friendly photo-ops.

Good thing we didn't exhaust ourselves that day, as things were about to get turned up during Firenze4Ever's uproarious conclusion (read about it here).

All images courtesy LUISAVIAROMA

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