From Miuccia Prada to Sophia Loren, this week Emma Akbareian is focused solely on the country's style
'Terrorist groups may possibly utilise similar methods used in the recent Paris attacks'
Raffaele Cantone's remarks have once again set the nation to debating which city is its defacto capital
Miuccia Prada certainly has an eye for a trend. But confections of a different kind feature in the display cases at her latest venture, a new branch of one of Milan’s most historic pasticcerias, Marchesi (00 39 02 7600 8238; pasticceriamarchesi.it). Prada now owns three quarters of the business, which has been serving sweet-toothed Milanese since 1824. The interior is every bit as covetable as one of her dresses with soft, emerald green velvet chairs, chocolate-coloured marble floors and green jacquard wallpaper that you would almost want to wear.
With much new on view, spring/summer 2016 was the most interesting Milan season in years, says Alexander Fury
Does pleasing a customer mean you can't please a critic?
Mexes scored a wonder-goal in the preseason match against Inter Milan in China
The Morocco international ends his loan spell with the Cottagers to move to Serie A
Chelsea have reached an agreement for the transfer of midfielder Michael Essien to AC Milan, the Barclays Premier League club have announced.
No wonder he was widely considered the finest conductor of his day, he was certainly the best-loved of them all, writes Jessica Duchen
The former midfielder returned last week as manager
The club's former midfielder has retired from playing in order to take up the role
Irvine is sentenced to six months behind bars in an Italian court
Milan are already 27 points behind Serie A leaders Juventus in 13th position and Allegri admits he will not be in charge of the club beyond the summer
Conviction for the former Italian prime minister’s long-time associate adds to mounting troubles
Nino di Matteo’s life has been threatened by jailed former boss of bosses, Toto 'the Beast' Riina, over his investigation into links between the mob and the Italian state in the 1990s