The values, talent, and passion for quality in every aspect of the modern Italian lifestyle, from the culinary world to art, from social life to the loving care of traditions, emerge through the pages of the book ‘Aria d’ Italia’, published by Rizzoli. It includes personal and professional stories of young artists, entrepreneurs, and artisans, who represent the heart of Italian identity, motivated by a constant search for beauty. All of them have been photographed by Guido Taroni in their homes and in the places that best represent their origins. The title “Aria d’Italia” is inspired by the magazine of the same name published between 1939 and 1941 by the collector Daria Guarnati and hosted impressive personalities as collaborators, such as Gio Ponti. “Aria d’Italia” is the work of Tod’s, which as a brand represents the Italy of the present and the future through the faces and voices of young talents. Contributors to the book are Journalist and writer Paola Jacobbi, who has worked as editor-in-chief for Vanity Fair Italia. Photographer Guido Taroni has worked with major brands and important Italian and international publishing houses. Stefano Tonchi, fashion journalist, writer, and editor, and Micaela Sessa, fashion stylist, and consultant to fashion magazines and brands.



Photos courtesy of Rizzoli