Kylie Flavell is one of the most popular influencers of the moment who, with more than 143,000 followers, brings to the world all the charm of Italy made of art, culture and above all gastronomy. Influencer, filmmaker, producer and cook in love with the Italian tradition, the beautiful Kylie has chosen the design of our kitchens to bring elegance, style and refinement to her video recipe format “From Italy with love”. This is an expected appointment on her social networks followed by numerous and passionate followers, lovers of good Italian cuisine. A column that we will not fail to share also on our Facebook and YouTube profiles. Her style is so unique and captivating, we invite you to follow and share her video recipes set in a splendid Tuscan farmhouse, immersed in the warmth of the most authentic Italian style. Kylie Flavell is someone who believes in kindness and beauty and the power of believing in yourself and your dreams. And the best way for her to share this with the world was by becoming firstly, a writer and magazine editor, and later, a filmmaker, TV presenter, YouTuber and passionate storyteller in all forms. On the way, she has done a range of other jobs, from a dishwasher in a tiny cramped kitchen of a restaurant to an assistant and translator in a couture atelier in Rome. She's lived lavishly and experienced magnificent scenes that one might think only happen in films... and had been a broke struggling artist, living in a flat in Rome with no windows and no electricity - which turned out to be equally cinematic. TV shows maker as the creator, host and one-woman production company that have aired all over the world, including shows on National Geographic Channel and Discovery in 70 countries. She's also won awards for work with brands, such as her web series Hooked Up, commissioned by Airbnb, which had her filming alone in a different country every episode, and reached over 10 million views. She presented the unique approach to filmmaking at the Cannes Film Festival and other international events, how she taught herself every aspect of production in order to bring audiences the quality of cinema and television, with the intimacy and authenticity of YouTube.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; 9 January 1982) is a member of the British royal family. Her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, is expected to become king of the United Kingdom and 15 other Commonwealth realms, making Catherine a likely future queen consort. Catherine grew up in Chapel Row, a village near Newbury, Berkshire, England. She studied art history in Scotland at the University of St Andrews, where she met William in 2001. Their engagement was announced in November 2010. They married on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey. The couple's children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis of Cambridge are third, fourth, and fifth in the line of succession to the British throne. The Duchess of Cambridge's charity works focus mainly on issues surrounding young children, addiction, and art. To encourage people to open up about their mental health issues, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex initiated the mental health awareness campaign "Heads Together" in April 2016. The media have called Catherine's impact on British and American fashion the "Kate Middleton effect". In 2012 and 2013, Time magazine selected her as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World
Kamchatka is a 1,250km-long peninsula in the Russian Far East. Kamchatka is extremely geologically active and has numerous volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and even a lake of acid. It contains the southernmost expanse of arctic tundra in the world and is notable for its wealth of arctic wildlife, fish, game, and marine life. Nineteen of Kamchatka's volcanoes constitute the "Volcanoes of Kamchatka" UNESCO World Heritage Site. A vast volcanic peninsula that is almost entirely wilderness, Kamchatka is a place of extraordinary primal beauty, rushing rivers, hot springs and snow-capped peaks. Getting here takes time and effort, and exploring the region even more so, but few visitors leave anything other than awestruck.
In 794, Kyoto (then known as Heian-kyō) was chosen as the new seat of Japan's imperial court. The Emperors of Japan ruled from Kyoto in the following eleven centuries until 1869, when the court relocated to Tokyo. Kyoto is considered the cultural capital of Japan and a major tourist destination. It is home to numerous Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, palaces and gardens, many of which are listed collectively by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Prominent landmarks include the Kyoto Imperial Palace, Kiyomizu-dera, Kinkaku-ji, Ginkaku-ji and the Katsura Imperial Villa. Kyoto is also a center of higher learning, with Kyoto University being an institution of international renown.
Kermes is a publishing project dedicated to the themes of restoration, conservation, and protection of cultural heritage. It is aimed at all interested scientific, professional and economic sectors: scientists and researchers, teachers and students of universities, academies and training institutes, restorers, artisans, entrepreneurs, but also public administrators, museum officials, gallery owners and other figures related to the market of works of art.