Third edition of DANDYdays in Arezzo scheduled from 4 to 5 May in conjunction with the Fiera Antiquaria. A cultural event that sees the involvement – between protagonists and staff – of around 500 people. The event, born from the minds of the expert barber Alessio Ginestrini and his wife Stefania Severi, sees the collaboration of the Municipality of Arezzo and the support of the Arezzo Intour Foundation. It will start Saturday at 3pm with “The street barber” in Piazza Grande to continue, half an hour later, at 3.30pm, with the talk show hosted by the journalist and costume expert Francesco Maria Rossi, entitled Neo-dandy and Mondo Liquido. Talking about elegance and lifestyle, beauty and non-conformism.
The event – DANDYdays – will be held on the terrace of the Fraternita and will see the participation of important guests from the dandy world, fashion and costume, as well as writers and lifestyle experts, such as the famous international web influencer called by all the Marchese, founder of one of the most popular blogs dedicated to men’s fashion “The Italian Gentleman – The Marquis’s blog“, a well-known face of Rai, defined by La Stampa as “L’Aristofashionist”.
At the same time it will be possible to visit the exhibition DANDYdays 2/3 photo by Stefano Lotumulo dedicated to the extraordinary people he met in his travels around the world. Following the guided tour of the city. At 7.30 pm the cloister of the Municipality will host an aperitif open to all with a minimum offer of 10 euros, which will be donated to charity. At 9 pm gala dinner at the “Logge Vasari” restaurant during which prizes and themed gadgets will be distributed. Sunday, May 5, the engines for the “Dandy Ride” of gentlemen in double-breasted riding on their Triumph motorcycles, classic, classic special and vintage, roar.
The motorcycle initiative as well as the two days of the gathering of Italian dandies have a beneficial purpose: the funds raised will be donated to the “Casa Thevenin” institute in Arezzo.
On Sunday afternoon walking around the antiques fair, at 4pm a long drink in British style.
Text&photos: A. Raffaelli