Vogue Fashion Night Out: Firenze

In Art, Music & Film, Destinations, Italy by Nick Nomi0 Comments

I never much enjoyed Vogue’s Fashion Night Out back in London – it’s always spread somewhat thinly across the city with every little shop doing something – and just a little bit too much posing for my liking. I mostly avoided it, save for one evening spent in Moschino on Conduit Street – but only because they had some great cocktails. As both me and my wife worked in the fashion industry back then – it was always too much like one was expected to go (office conversations aplenty of what to do – ahhh how I don’t miss working in offices), and once there – over indulge and feel somewhat posed to death. So Firenze’s Fashion Night Out wasn’t exactly on my to do list (not that I have one) – but as it turned out – Fashion Night Out Firenze was an absolute delight – the streets, that are an absolutely perfect fit for events like this – were filled to the very rafters with wonderfully dressed Italians – and not too much of the “thrown myself at my wardrobe while wearing velcro” look that London’s oft too impressionable youth go in for. In fact – it was almost like being back in France – lots and lots of noir.

Unfortunately, the drink was flowing, as usual, rather too freely – so we drunk very early on – mostly on an un-earthly mix of free Prossecco,
Gold cocktails served in pineapples (courtesy of the Fusion Restaurant & Bar), vodka and liquorice – how very glamorous. Despite my wobbly hands I did manage to get one or two pictures – mostly whilst wondering between Via Tornabuoni, the great bar at Fani Gioielli, a random collection of shops with finger food and Piazza della Signoria. I’ve added them below in regulatory black and white.
The pineapple above held a concotion of Gin, Kiwi, homemade lemongrass syrup and a few other things that I no longer remember – it was surprisingly delicious!

All in all – Fashion Night Out Firenze was a whole lot of fun! If you were there let us know in the comments – and don’t forget to share on social media – and give due credit should you share any of the images!

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Nick is a writer and photographer, who, after working for years in the fashion and creative industries as an editor and writer, gave up the office life to travel long term and write about it. He started Europe Is Our Playground to showcase unique experiences in Europe through story driven narratives & candid photography.

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