Jennifer Tattanelli - are you ready to dance with me?

Jennifer Tattanelli - are you ready to dance with me?

Dear all, WELCOME 2024!!

I’m writing from my beloved Florence and already packing to move back to Palm Beach!

It has been a magic Christmas here with my family while I took my time to launch all the new Spring Summer Collection and finalize all the surprises that are coming for you!

By the way, the 19th of January I will be on Marie Claire Italy, if you cannot get a copy at your favorite newspaper stand you will be able to download it online!  

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Florida here we come, sunny days and lovely happenings all over this Winter and Spring to come. 

Many events await you in my Ateliers on Worth Avenue, some to be mentioned:


It’s the start of a new year, and we’re going to step into 2024 in style! Before we dive into all the fashion news that’s taking over the city in January, let’s take a look at the last of the Christmas festivities on our calendar.

For Italians, the holiday season finishes with the arrival of the Befana on January 6. The story goes that the elderly woman with a pointy nose, an old hat, and a broom delivers treats to children who have behaved well and coal to those who have not! Sound familiar?! She’ll make a dramatic entrance in piazza della Repubblica at 11.30am on January 6, if you want to bring little ones to see the spectacle!

And now, on to the latest in Florence: there’s good news for all us fashion lovers! The Fashion and Costume Museum at Palazzo Pitti has reopened after having been closed for three years. Twelve new rooms display more than 50 outfits and accessories, including a 1920s flapper tunic by Chanel and a Mariano Fortuny kimono once worn by Italian actress Eleonora Duse. A further ten rooms are set to be opened in the spring, focusing on aristocratic looks from the 16th-19th centuries, as well as an entire hall dedicated to jewelry. I can’t wait!

Sticking with style, the new year marks the arrival of the world-famous fashion fair, Pitti Uomo. Taking place at Fortezza da Basso from January 9-12, fashion, design, and food meet as fashionistas from all over flock to the men’s attire fair.

The culturally curious should check out Divina Simulacra at the Uffizi Galleryuntil June 30. Some of the gallery’s most famous classical sculptures will be displayed in a new light, giving visitors a chance to enjoy the group collectively, as was originally intended.

Another one for your diaries is Celestial splendors: the observation of the sky from Galileo to gravitational waves in the former dormitory of Santa Maria Novella. Open until March 17, the fascinating exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the past and future of astronomy in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Galileo’s Assayer.

When thinking about the best recipes for January, there’s no doubt that we’re all eager to enjoy a warming winter dish these chilly evenings. A typical Tuscan Ribollita is just the thing! Meaning “re-boiled”, this tomato-based soup-stew is packed with greens and healthy beans, to be enjoyed with thick pieces of rustic-style bread and a generous helping of Parmesan cheese, making it the ultimate comfort food. According to tradition, it was prepared on Fridays by putting together leftover vegetables from the previous day and re-boiling them, ensuring it’s something easy and quick, and you’re bound to already have some ingredients at home.

With very best wishes for the new year ahead! 



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