Carlotta Nucci was born in Florence to an Italian mother and an American father. Being bilingual has divided her mind in two sections, often leading her to switch words around and be misunderstood a lot. She graduated in political science while studying photography and performing with her band. Now, against all odds, she dreams of living an artistic life in the countryside, writing, playing music and taking pictures.
Set in the perfect Oltrarno-style location, which could just as easily be found in Berlin’s Mitte or Manhattan’s Lower East Side, you come across the new jewellery workshop Officine Nora ...
all photos by Elke Numeyer We can all make a few frank admissions about Florentine fashion: the Renaissance city doesn’t dictate style codes quite like it used to.‘Tuscany’ and ‘trendsetting’ aren&
Looking for live music in Florence? Here are The Florentine’s picks for June. For updates and more music events, check out TF Weekly, updated every Thursday. Crocodiles IDM ...
Mezzosangue @Combovia Mannelli 2, May 2Check out this Italian hip hop artist, in Florence for one concert this season, presenting his new album ‘Soul of Supertramp.’ Dub Inc @Flogvia Michele Mercati 27/a, May 7A reggae/dancehall night with an international lineup: Dub Inc, acclaimed French reggae
Buzz is building around Florentine band Celluloid Jam, a full-blown artistic collective set to release their first EP with White Forest Records. Naturally, I jumped at the chance to meet up with my friends Jerro, synth magician and composer, Cate, retro-glam diva and the group’s resident
Looking for live music in Florence? Here are The Florentine’s picks for April. For updates and more, see TF’s events listings on our home page. EASTER HYSTERIA @Flog via Michele Mercati 24b, April 4 Flog Auditorium celebrates Easter with an Italian and international
Tired of spending nights on the town in tourist-trap bars with watered-down cocktails? Florence has a vibrant music scene brimming with local bands and more. Can’t-miss concerts this month range from techno to industrial, classic country to flamenco, and more. Take a break from the