I had an amazing time while traveling through these beautiful old towns on my latest trip to Puglia.
Alberobello is a small town and comune of the
Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy. It has 10735
inhabitants and is famous for its unique trullo buildings.
The trulli of Alberobello have been designated as a UNESCO World Ineritage site since 1996.
Castellana Grotte is a town and comune in the province of Bari, Apulia, Southern Italy. Grotte means “caves” in Italian.
One of the most important attractions in Apulia are the caves of
Castellana Grotte, a complex of underground cavities of karst origin.
Stalagmites, stalactites, canyons and caves characterise this pathway
long 3 km to more than 60 meters deep. The Grotte of Castellana were
discovered January 23, 1938 by cavers Franco Anelli and Vito Matarrese.
Conversano is an ancient town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Bari,Apulia, south-eastern Italy.
It is 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of Bari and 7 kilometres (4 mi) from the Adriatic coast, at 219 metres (719 ft) above sea level.
I loved the food from the extensive seasonal menu at Locanda Romanelli .
Pride In London 2018 | www.pietrorecchia.com
One million people marched through central London on Saturday for Pride in London 2018. The LGBT+ parade marched from Portland Place down through Trafalgar Square and on to Whitehall.
I hope you enjoy my photographic coverage of the event
London Fashion Week Men’s 2018 with Our Man On The Ground
We were at this year’s London Fashion Week Men’s which was on in central London from 6th to 8th January and have put together a photo collection of what the fashion designers had on display this year as they showed off their Autumn/Winter 2018 collections, creativity and brands here in London.
Day 1 included collections from Band of Outsiders, founded in LA back in 2004; Ben Sherman; Edward Crutchley; John Lawrence Sullivan, founded by designer Arashi Yanagawa; British Born and London based Liam Hodges; Oliver Spencer; London based contemporary menswear label Qasimi; Tonsure; Tourne De Transmission, founded by Graeme Gaughan in 2012; London based What We Wear contemporary brand; Copenhagen based Wood Wood, which was founded back in 2002 by Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian SS Jensen and finally Xander Zhou, based in Beijing.
On Day 2 there were collections from British menswear designer Alex Mullins; Hussein Chalayan; Glaswegian designer Charles Jeffrey (Loverboy); British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn; London based Daniel W. Fletcher; female designer Lou Dalton; Man; Michiko Koshino, one of the industry’s original innovators in the 80s; Phoebe English Man, an English luxury women’s and men’s label based in London and female designer Wales Bonner, who received the LVMH Young Designer Prize in 2016.
On Day 3 we saw collections from A-Cold-Wall*; British lifestyle brand Belstaff; British fashion brand Blood Brother; Bobby Abley; London based Craig Green; Korean designer D.Gnak; Per Göttesson and finally Pronounce, a contemporary brand created by Yushan Li and Jun Zhou, based in Milan and Shanghai.
More information on this year’s event can be found on London Fashion Week Men’s website: www.londonfashionweekmens.com
Editorial by Simon Burrell, Editor-in-Chief of Our Man On The Ground and photographs by Pietro Recchia, a London-based photographer specialising in fashion, portraits and luxury events.