Milan can be described in so many ways, and each of them may seem outdated in short time as it is constantly evolving. Always in turmoil, the undisputed capital of fashion manages to express a sense of vitality and renewal even to the less caring. Among the innovations introduced, the auction launched for a prestigious space in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, was undoubtedly successful. Giorgio Armani Retail brand won after 24 bids of fifty thousand euros each, with three-minute lapses. The auction was held at 670.440 euros and ended with an annuale fee of 1.9 million euros .Armani group will show and sell his creations in these 302 precious square meters for the next 18 years. The Administration declared that this income will bring benefits for the city and for the citizens, so this first auction for the spaces of the Galleria was a brand new success, while we are used to the victories of King Giorgio Armani so I take the opportunity to express my highest respect.
Within a few years we will be totally dependent on the web for any kind of information. The books are slowly disappearing, the encyclopedias, which our grandparents bought with sacrifice, sometimes paying for years, are on the verge of extinction. Now we prefer googling.
I don’t know about you, but I struggle a lot to disentangle myself, to select, to make sure that I am reading correct information, I happen to average the quantity of things I find, which in some cases even diverge.
And also no one wonders what would happen if there was even a simple blackout.
A printed book can age, can be burned, it is true, but it can never be changed. The info on the internet instead yes. In fact the reality is that they can be altered, changed, purged, censored, banned.
This should terrify us.
But apparently not.