A cup of tea with Ginori 1735

A virtual appointment with four talented women for a chat and a nice cup of tea. Obviously with a Ginori 1735 tea service

Ginori 1735, #TeaTalks, Whitney Bromberg Hawkings
Ginori 1735, #TeaTalks, Whitney Bromberg Hawkings

All the elegance of an antique, sophisticated ritual, in short, intriguing digital tidbits to savor at any hour, in any place. The initiative of Ginori 1735 perfectly combines the taste of tradition with the innovative possibilities offered by the virtual world.
The outcome: #TeaTalks, four video episodes with four talented women, conversing with Gianluca Longo, Style Editor of British Vogue and Cabana Magazine.

The creative fashion designer Emilia Wickstead, the charismatic shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal, the fascinating Emma Thynn, Marchioness of Bath, and the founder of Flowerbx Whitney Bromberg Hawkings. Four personalities that have contributed to bring added value to fashion, art and lifestyle. These are the guests of Ginori 1735, for an unconventional afternoon tea.

Ginori 1735, #TeaTalks, Emilia Wickstead
Ginori 1735, #TeaTalks, Emilia Wickstead

Fun, engaging, light yet profound, the #TeaTalks revolutionize rigorous “tea time” in its form – which becomes a digital offering, with brilliant remarks on the part of the protagonists, discussing their personal and professional experiences – but not in its substance, where refinement still rules.
In this atmosphere of exquisite elegance the Ginori 1735 collections accompanies convivial moments, with different lines to reflect the different personalities of the guests: the contemporary allure of Catene, the ancient echoes of Labirinto, the exotic beauty of Oriente Italiano, and the mythological inspiration of Il viaggio di Nettuno.

The #TEATALKS can be seen at the website www.ginori1735.com, the social network accounts Ginori 1735 IG @ginori1735 and FB @Ginori1735.