The native of Lombardy seems to spend more time in the air than on the ground. It is not surprising that, after landing, it is ready to eat even a crocodile.
Over the past year, I flew a hundred thousand miles around the world and, it seems, I drove about another twenty thousand by car, so for me, my native Milan, where I hardly ever was, has become more exotic than any other place on earth.
I love New York, its energy, people. I was there a million times, but on every trip I discover something new. Not a city, but an endless source of inspiration.
Honestly, I do not go traveling light on business trips – jackets and suits turn hand luggage into a suitcase of medium gravity.
I am sure it is impossible to conquer new countries on an empty stomach. In addition, I like to experiment: I tried both grasshoppers and crocodiles.
You should also have a rest. When I can – I fly straight to Mauritius or the Seychelles. And if there are only a couple of days off, go to your favorite Istanbul.
Wherever I go my way, in a suitcase there are always jeans of classic cut with five pockets, a T-shirt and a pair of sneakers – they will be useful in any case.
I like to read magazines, I was lucky – in the service of a stack of glossy press I am escorted on every trip.
I’m a fan of history and architecture. I do not know if you can call Uxmal (the ruins of a major Maya city near Merida in Mexico – note GQ), the most unusual place I’ve ever visited, but the most fascinating for sure.