Excellence Magazine Luxury n. 26

The post lock down has confronted us with two important changes: the strong impulse of innovation and creativity and the acceleration of the digitization process.

Working on the new issue of our Magazine, soon to be released, we have identified as the protagonist of the cover Nicol Kidman, a great actress who has played important roles in films directed by great directors and who at the same time has been able to change her career, passing from cinema to television series, interpreting unexpected characters.

This issue is dedicated to the great change underway, nothing is as before thanks also to a new attention to the environment, an essential element and absolute priority for every activity, in all sectors.

We had already guessed this a few years ago, when Excellence Magazine created its Green Awards, now in its third edition, which reward entrepreneurs and companies, public and private, that have distinguished themselves for the implementation of innovative projects in favor of sustainability.

Our pursuit of excellence today focuses on these themes but, as usual, in the new issue you will also find the topics we love so much: art, travel, books, characters, new events and many magnificent objects, a sublime expression of beauty and well-being. done.

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Luigi Lauro
The Editor in Chief

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