by Umberto Garibaldi
Red Carpet Magazine is tinged with hope. A hope that is “red”, lit, decisive, strong. Like a woman. The cover portrays a splendid Laura Pausini. A voice consecrated to success and impervious to any accent alien to Solarolo’s. A language made up of children and companions, of departures and returns. A world limelight and an all-Italian pride. A unique talent, the result of inner balance and artistic freedom. Woman above all things.
Marrying highly topical themes, Red Carpet Magazine gives voice to female figures who tell what it means to be a woman in Italy today; strong personalities in pink who, through their work, become credible witnesses against any type of violence perpetrated against them. A project that combines publishing and civil commitment around the theme of women’s emancipation. And it speaks to the future, to build hope together.
From Laura Pausini to Jessica Notaro, to Valeria Marini, Elisabetta Sgarbi. From selfie-proof beauty to fashion words and style. Style declined in the art of cinema through the unpublished portrait of Maestro Pupi Avati and the “film of his life”, the creation of the work on the Supreme Poet. A style philosophy for men’s fashion without equal; an international vision, that of Stefano Ricci, which focuses on the continuous pursuit of excellence based on an exquisitely Italian manufacturing. Courteous, almost aristocratic ways, refined vocabulary and an elegant criticism, that of Philippe Daverio, an art historian and television personality who unfortunately passed away last September. 1st Class like the Alviero Martini line, already winner of The Look of the Year Fashion Awards.
And again Il Volo with the tribute to Ennio Morricone. In a concert event live from the Verona Arena, the trio composed of Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble shines the spotlight on the artistic, cultural, organizational and productive capacity of our country. Not only for Italy but for the whole world. There are also the exclusive narratives of Joe Bastianich, Heinz Beck, Vittorio Bergamo, leading exponents of Food & Wine, nor the rules of good manners dictated by Nicola Santini, an expert in etiquette. An amused foray into the refined frivolities of Cristiano Malgioglio; the conception of make-up as a dream made up of shades, in the human and professional path of Gennaro Marchese; the personal collections of Leo Faggiano; the voice of Hollywood stars with the features of Francesco Pannofino.
Important names of the contemporary world, professionals from the world of music, cinema, entertainment, fashion, catering, culture. Illustrious artistic personalities re-read history, excellence, magic, infinite wonder. A Grand Tour through the pages of Red Carpet Magazine that looks to the future with renewed eyes of hope.
The theme of the restart, of the journey; that longing for the future, for tomorrow, for something better beyond the desert left yesterday by boredom, today by the virus. A yearning to go. Beyond, always and in any case. A hope with a woman’s face, which spurs us to change.
Tastes, priorities, hierarchies of values, the meaning of life change. And Red Carpet is a magazine capable of changing, of evolving, of anticipating the times. The redcarpetmagazine.it site is proof of this. Online, in its new version designed specifically for all devices, has already become a success and a model to follow. This is the future commitment of the entire editorial staff. On the modernity and strength of the magazine and the site to make them increasingly interconnected, current, strong, with an unmistakable personality. Deeply proud of our Red Carpet Magazine.