He leaves on Friday 13 March, at 4 pm, with a long distance conversation between the virologist Roberto Burioni and the managing director of Condé Nast Italia Fedele Usai, always moderated at a distance from the deputy director of Vanity Fair Malcom Pagani, the live streaming schedule of #VFQuarantineStories.
You can follow it to this link or alternatively you can watch the direct from Vanity Fair Facebook page.
Spin off of the Vanity Fair Stories format, it consists of a series of talks and performances that feature the names of art, entertainment, culture close to the world of Vanity Fair from time to time, and which culminated in a great annual festival now in its second edition.
#VFQuarantineStories it gives voice to the same protagonists but in a way forcedly different from the dimension of isolation in which we are all living. It wants to be a story of how well-known faces live this “new normal”, and bring a little company and smile to users who perhaps for the first time in their life are confronted with too narrow spaces and on the contrary too long times .
The initiative confirms the commitment of Condé Nast Italia – the first publishing house to offer employees smart working to protect their health and that of their families – to use technology and content to offer readers and users, in conditions security, information and quality entertainment. After offering all Italians a free digital copy of the Vanity Fair number dedicated to Milan and Italy – whose hard copy is distributed free of charge in newsstands in Lombardy – the group has decided to return digital copies of the other publications are free for three months: Vogue, GQ, Wired, AD, Italian Cuisine, Traveler. Equally free, on the whole national territory, they will be the digital video courses of La Cucina Italiana because, as Usai says, “the right recipe is to stay at home”. And still today March 13, at 15, users will be able to follow in live streaming on Wired.it and on the Facebook page of Wired Italia, the interview of director Federico Ferrazza with Paola Pisano, Minister of Innovation and author of the renamed Digital Solidarity project, to bring – with technology – some relief to a country hit by the spread of the virus.
The schedule of #VFQuarantineStories will continue in the following weeks, on the Vanity Fair website and social profiles, with activities that will be communicated from time to time. Stay tuned.