Inside advertisement’s Milan Style Week Celebration Hosted With Ralph Lauren

Last night, on the eve of Milan Style Week 2023’s start, ADVERTISEMENT international editorial director Amy Astley– together with the international editors of ADVERTISEMENT; Hatta Byng, editor of Home & & Garden; and Emily Tobin, deputy editor of World of Interiors— hosted a mixer for the global style neighborhood at Ralph Lauren’s Via della Spiga flagship. Some 200 welcomed visitors assembled within the Milanese house turned shop, the exterior of which was remarkably reimagined as though a patchwork quilt, piecing together traditional and vintage-tinged patterns from the Ralph Lauren House material collection.

” It’s such a delight and opportunity to host a mixed drink commemorating Salone with all my associates from the international ADVERTISEMENT s, World of Interiors, and Home & & Garden UK at the lovely brand-new Ralph Lauren shop in Milan,” Astley stated of the occasion. “We are all enjoyed be back in this city, which is humming with vibrancy and style motivation.”

Amy Astley, ADVERTISEMENT international editorial director and editor-in-chief of ADVERTISEMENT United States

Photography courtesy Ralph Lauren

Undoubtedly, the overarching belief of the night was that after 3 years of canceled or postponed fairs, Milan Style Week is back in complete swing– possibly even busier than ever. In between bites of small lobster rolls, pigs in a blanket, and other jazzed-up American fare, visitors varying from increasing style skills to AD100 designers talked about existing jobs, current journeys, and what they were most eagerly anticipating seeing throughout Salone del Mobile. ADVERTISEMENT senior style editor Hannah Martin shared her own individual suggestions to designers and reasonable first-timers Keia McSwain and Michael Hilal, while Lila Allen, senior editor of advertisement PRO, praised Humbert & & Poyet principals Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet on their newest hospitality marvel, Beefbar, the new-to-Milan dining establishment situated in a 16th-century Baroque chapel. Somewhere else, Astley overtook Vincenzo and Claudia De Cotiis, whose jaw-dropping Italian palazzo embellishes the cover of ADVERTISEMENT‘s Might concern.

Visitors dripped out into the yard garden, an extension of the Bar at Ralph Lauren, where the flagship exterior’s patchwork patterns continued. Ticking stripes, obstruct prints, and batiks in a combination of hushed reds, pinks, cream, and a grounding indigo layered the outside, cushioning wicker club chairs and banquettes. Under the light of lots of hanging lanterns, visitors drank on signature beverages such as the Rosé Royale, a summery number seasoned with grapefruit and orange, or the herb-infused Spiga Spritz gin mixed drink– both topped with Veuve Cliquot Champagne. Naturally, some visitors adhered to Italian custom and chose a Negroni.

See more highlights from ADVERTISEMENT‘s Milan Style Week mixer with Ralph Lauren listed below.

Ralph Lauren’s Via della Spiga flagship, changed with quilt-like pattern in honor of Milan Style Week.

Photography courtesy Ralph Lauren

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