S.Pellegrino's online platform, Itineraries of Taste has been refreshed and updated to enhance your experience tri-fold. The new look site has been designed so as to accompany you on a complete journey through the concept of "taste": not simply related to food and ingredients, but to all things fashion and design.
Encomapassing three different zones of food, style, design - each rich in special content: wherever you are, if you are are a design or food lover interested in lifestyles, let yourself be inspired by S.Pellegrino's suggestions and combine ideas to create a customized experience.
On the Itineraries of Taste home page you can immerse yourself in content that is consistent with your mood: just choose which percentage you are interested in food, style and design to create your bespoke journey and be taken to the current and newly updated Taste Guides.
When did the link between fashion and food intensify in contemporary imagery? What is meant by the "hygge factor" of design? What is the story behind the most famous and iconic objects by international designers? And again: what are the most popular mash-ups of all time or the most unexpected places to have exclusive culinary experiences?
Itineraries of Taste doesn't know any boundaries, except those of your own curiosity: every month you can go on a discovery of trends and curiosities from the four corners of the planet.
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