2Goodpodcast #11 : a chat with Manos Samartzis, one of the most familiar faces of the Italian Fashion scene
Manos Samartzis, if you are not yet familiar with him, is one of the most photographed Influencer of the Italian Fashion Weeks and a well-known protagonist of the Made in Italy. He is easily recognizable through his very personal and colorful style with XXL glasses.
If you follow the Italian Fashion shows, you have probably already seen a picture of Manos in front row and wondered who he could be? Let’s have a quick chat with Manos for 2goodmedia’s Podcast to know a little bit more about his presence in Altaroma, the Roman Fashion Week, and tell us about his multiple activities on the Fashion scene, in Italy and abroad. Manos is Greek and based in Milan, he studied Fashion at the IED Fashion School in Rome. He is the founder and Editor in chief of Nakedbutsafe, a print biannual review of art, fashion, culture and ideas which celebrates its 11th Anniversary. Manos has also a great experience of the Made in Italy in the world, and is much appreciated overseas. He travels a lot through the main capital cities of Fashion of Paris, Milan, London and New York. Asked about his inimitable style by friends and curious, he often answers that “his looks are not studied or constructed, but reflect his own tastes and what he finds in his vestiaire in the moment!”
Language : Italian. The interview is always in the original language of the interviewee to hear the direct voice of people that shape the Art and Fashion industry today. We are registering this interview podcast during Altaroma, the Roman Fashion week.
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