Campari Fashion Avenue with Associazione MonteNapoleone

Article by:  Melanie Payge

The streets were beautifully decorated with red carpets and butterflies hanging from the lamps.

First stop VERSACE gets my “Best Window Display” award.

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Lovely Cristina showed me all the beautiful RED displays and the bar. This very informed Barman explained the very first cocktail made with Campari was called the “Milano/Torino” or “MITO” (Campari, red vermouth, Orange slice  and Lime)

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“Best Looking Bartender” goes to LARUSMIANI.   Offering me a cocktail called the “Americano” – the story goes that in the ’20’s the Italians were tired of drinking from tiny little sherry glasses and decided to create a long drink like the Americans, hence the name (Campari, red vermouth, Orange slice  and Soda).

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“Best Public” four girls dressed to the t’s. How did they get their invites.  All social network savvy, they managed on FB. Congratulations !! You’ll make it big.

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“Most Accommodating” award goes to BREQUET.

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Brand Manager, Maurizio Marino, welcomed me and let me take pictures of his beautiful guests.

 

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With Nicola and Giuseppe. Emerging models.

Thank you to Associazione MonteNapoleone and Campari for a “redly” entertaining evening.

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Melanie Payge

Melanie Payge - fashion blogger, personal stylist and assistant After working for years in the luxury fashion industry and fashion publishing, today, Melanie is a private consultant and stylist. Melanie knows Milan inside and out and can organize special shopping tours and showroom visit. www.melaniepayge.com