Edward: “And what happens after he has climbed the tower and rescued her?”; Vivian: “you save him!”. Com’ is possible not to be touched in front of one of the bars most famous of the movie Pretty Woman? Impossible. Let alone listen to them in an open-air cinema on four wheels. The emotion is even stronger. That’s what happened yesterday evening for special guests of the event#BlumarineXTempo that you are given an appointment in the exclusive drive-in in Milan, via Senigallia, at the edge of a MINI, for the presentation of the box made in collaboration between the brand of handkerchiefs, and the fashion house.
Decorated with the iconic pattern Blumarine – lace, flower patterns and animal prints – the super stylish boxes were, in fact, next to the parking place to the guests in a cosy open air living area. Original, dreamy, but, above all, respectful of the health rules, taxes, the Drive-in, branded Time, it was one of the first events post Covid organized in the city of milan.
Many well-known faces from the world of culture, entertainment and fashion who have participated, among these: Victoria Cabello (presenter), Ludovica Pagani, Emanuele Farneti, director of Vogue Italia, John Audiffredi, director of GQ, the influencer Beatrice Valli, Paola Di Benedetto, Michela Coppa, My Ceran, Chiara Maci , and many, many others.
There is more to it. The box limited edition BlumarineXTempo support UNICEF Italy, within the project Innovation Lab: a network of spaces between Kosovo and Lebanon to organize workshops, training courses and events that allow students to discover their potential, but also to network with peers and adults who share the same passions and projects.