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01/17/2018 04:20 PM
For Rome’s Taxi Drivers, Lessons in Courtesy and Cultural Savvy
A six-week course aims to turn the city’s taxi drivers into good-will ambassadors by teaching them hospitality, excellence and useful Chinese and Arabic phrases.

01/16/2018 09:42 PM
Our Favorite Photos From the Men’s Shows in Milan
Highlights from Versace, Prada, Sunnei and more.

01/14/2018 06:07 PM
At the Men’s Shows, Fun and a Sweater for Formal Wear
In Milan, Marni works hard to be amusing while Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label puts the novelty in tuxedo dressing.

01/12/2018 10:22 PM
The Authenticity of Modigliani Paintings Questioned Once Again
An expert for Genoa prosecutors says that 20 of 60 works exhibited last year are fakes, but the owners of the works demand independent appraisals.

01/12/2018 04:57 PM
At Men’s Wear Fair, Slogan Wear and Goofball Places
Pitti Uomo booths are stuffed with trendy lettered fashion, although some is said to come from places that exist only in imagination.

01/11/2018 11:26 PM
Rome’s Famous Christmas Tree to Be Reborn as a Baby Nursing Station
The tree, known as Spelacchio, or mangy, was dismantled Thursday, but the much-maligned spruce will live on, in the hearts of Romans, and in a book.

01/11/2018 06:39 PM
Brooks Brothers Celebrates 200 Years With a Party — in Florence
The men’s wear brand, now owned by an Italian’s holding company, showcased pieces from its past as well as a new collection.

01/11/2018 04:30 PM
House Hunting in … Italy
Piedmont has seen its housing market stabilize in the last year or so, thanks in part to its 2014 designation as a Unesco World Heritage site.

01/11/2018 04:30 PM
A Farmhouse in Northern Italy
This country house, on 6.7 acres in the Piedmont region, is on the market for about $1.4 million.

01/10/2018 11:22 PM
Pope Invites the Poor to the Circus, and Animal Activists Protest
The Vatican’s charity office secured free tickets for 2,100 people, among them the homeless and refugees, but some critics quickly spoke up.