Fashion Revolution Day #insideout

Last month, while I was in London, I had the opportunity to meet Orsola De Castro, the amazing woman behind From Somewhere.
She told me she just joined the Fashion Revolution movement in order to remember the 1133 people killed and the over 2500 injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh, last year on April 24.
She also told me it’s quite impossible to track the supply chain of fashion industry. This is why we don’t know from where, and by whom, our clothes are made.
Today, one year later that disaster, on the Fashion Revolution day, we are asked to be aware of what we are wearing. One way to do this is to wear our clothes inside-out and to read their labels, not only the brands.
Vivienne Westwood, while presenting her SS2013 collection, said “My motto is ‘buy less, choose well, make it last. You should wait until you really need something before you buy it. In fact, don’t buy this collection.”
I grew up with this motto, as well. This is why, today, I would like to share an image of my denim shorts obtained from an old pair of jeans [be aware when you purchase a denim, most of the are made under the sandblasting process], a old pair of hawaianas I bought in Brasil is 2007 [they are u.n.b.r.e.a.k.a.b.l.e!], one of the Splendid t-shirt I received as the winner of the photo contest #indigoeveryday.
“Fashion Revolution Day says enough is enough.”
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Pane Cunzato

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Pane Cunzato - Pane Condito

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients
Freshly baked bread [must still be warm]
Fresh tomatoes [or sundried tomatoes]
Cheese
Black olives
Olive oil
Sea Salt [I used red hawaiian sea salt]
Pepper

- Enjoy! -

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Lemon Meringue Pie

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Spring is in the air and the little lemon tree on my balcony is full of lemon flowers.
Their smell reminds me of one of my favorite cake: the lemon cake! This time, I was inspired by Martha Stewart Lemon Meringue Pie recipe. I picked some organic lemons and I started cooking and baking this pie.
It is also perfect for the upcoming Easter [if you're celebrating].
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Lemon Meringue Pie

Prep Time: 4 hours, 30 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:
  • Pie Crust
  • Lemon Custard
  • Meringue
Instructions:
I follow Martha's recipe step by step, but I want to share with you some tips. I'd like to make pie crust with spelt flour instead of all-purpose flour. You can use 7 whites for the meringue instead of 8. Enjoy!

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Vegan Tartare

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Vegan Tartare

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients:
  • mango
  • avocado
  • zucchini
  • green tomato
  • pistachios
  • sunflower seeds
  • lemon juice
  • grated ginger
  • evo
  • salt and pepper

Cut vegetables + fruits into small pieces add lemon juice, ginger, oil, salt and pepper. sprinkle with pistachios and sunflower seeds!

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Berlucchi ’61 + Davide Oldani #berlucchimood

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During the Design Week, Berlucchi launched the aperitivo diffuso [aperitif] in 3 different locations to pay a tribute to the first Franciacorta, created in 1961 in their cellars by Guido Berlucchi.
A journey of taste and style by Berlucchi ’61 in collaboration with the architects of Studio 5 +1 AA and the chef Davide Oldani who created 3 different panini perfect for 3 different wines.
Unfortunately, we could taste just 2 of them: Berlucchi ’61 Rosé and Berlucchi ’61 Satén and their related sandwiches.
This is why I’m going to share with you only 2 recipes to made the perfect aperitif with your friends. Enjoy!

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Here you can find further information about this taste experience.
[This post is not sponsored by Berlucchi. I just enjoyed their initiative!]
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After the first days of the Design Week I stopped to carry on my 3rd hand with me [aka my dslr] so these photographs are by iphone + vscocam N1 Preset.

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