Perhaps no other designer of the last century could be so globally recognizable by a handful of visual cues than the designer nicknamed “The Sheikh of Chic”. In his 45-year career as a Rome-based couturier, he created such an image of romantic excess in his clothes and in his life that he became known professionally by only his first name.
Check out the pictures and guess who it might be!
There is the yacht perpetually moored off of Capri,there is the French-Asian chateau,there are the manicured gardens,the fashion pugs, who enjoy functioning as models( …or not?!)their permanently suntanned lover,with his philosophy of a private world of endless glamour
and .. more RED
So it’s Mr. WHO?
When you think of Valentino Garavani, almost immediately the signature crimson red color comes to mind. His legendary crimson gowns are the brand’s trademark and his collections are worn by the world’s wealthiest and most glamorous women including stars like
Since October 2008 Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have been appointed Valentino Creative Directors.
The two talented designers worked in close contact with Valentino Garavani for a decade,contributing to the international success of the brands’ accessories
Ever since they express their new vision of the Valentino muse: an extreme elegance that affects her entire way of being.
Fragile and dangerous nature interweaved with a cult of uniqueness and distinction, are all elements captured for their creations.
Their creativity was well-received right from the start, obtaining unanimous approval in the world of fashion.
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli’s strong leadership style, their professional and creative approach -highly characteristic of Valentino’s corporate identity- joined to their extremely talented in-house team of designers, allowed them to make the most of Valentino’s iconic style.
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Ingredients for 1 portion:
1 whole egg+ 1 egg white
1 slice low-fat pepper cheese (or cheese of your choice)
Non stick frying pan
Preheat a non stick frying pan. If you don’t have one you can take a piece of kitchen paper add some olive oil and wipe out the pan (no need to use much oil for this recipe because you’ll get enough healthy fats already from egg yolk and cheese).
Fry the eggs first then sprinkle the cheese over them, after that flip as to make an “egg over easy”, wait until cheese starts melting then flip again and take from the hot plate.
(If you use pepper cheese or any other that is very aromatic you won’t need to add any additional salt, pepper or other spices!)
Serve either with salad or some whole wheat bread, pita, toast with flax seed or whole grains.
The recipe is super fast to prepare and most important very delicious!