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Bettina Bush Mignanego

Bettina Bush Mignanego

Luxury Tribune

Born in Copenhagen, Bettina Mignanego Bush has lived mainly in Italy. She holds a degree in cultural heritage conservation. After a career in television production for the Mediaset group, she collaborated primarily with the Espresso group and today she covers economic and financial news for the leading Italian daily La Repubblica.

Bettina Bush Mignanego's articles

Giorgio de Finis: “Art is too often exclusionary”
Art & Design

Giorgio de Finis: “Art is too often exclusionary”

In 2018, when Giorgio de Finis, anthropologist, filmmaker, and artist, launched his project “Macro Asilo” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, many knew it would be a revolutionary and experiential event.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

The story of women’s rights through the eyes of fashion
Strategy

The story of women’s rights through the eyes of fashion

The first G20 ministerial conference about women’s rights was held end of August at Santa Margherita in Italy. In parallel, Angela Missoni, chairwoman of the eponymous brand, spoke about the challenges that still need to be addressed.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

“European music mirrors our way of being together”
Style & Experiences

“European music mirrors our way of being together”

Jack Savoretti, a British author, composer and interpreter whose album Singing To Strangers earned him a global recognition, talks about the symbolic reach of his latest work Europiana, his musical dream, ranked at the top of UK charts.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Why does Crypto-art break records
BusinessFeature

Why does Crypto-art break records

Collectors will remember March 11, 2021 as the day that changed the art market. At Christie’s, a piece of digital art sold for nearly $70 million, a record for the crypto-art industry that shot digital artist Beeple straight into the pantheon of superstardom and instantly made him the third most-valued living artist in the world (after Jeff Koons and David Hockney).

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Tourism does not give up
Travel & WellnessFeature

Tourism does not give up

In order to adapt, the tourism sector is now focusing on new formulas. Long stays at unbeatable prices and new isolated destinations for maximum safety.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Luxury quantitative forecasts for 2022
Business

Luxury quantitative forecasts for 2022

The global growth of the luxury sector is valued at 1,140 billion euros for 2022, according to the Worldwide Luxury Market Monitor of Altagamma-Bain. Which markets will drive this growth? Our analysis.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Blue-jeans now have a dedicated international festival
Art & Design

Blue-jeans now have a dedicated international festival

A true object of art, blue jeans now have their own international festival. Meetings and exhibitions celebrate the famous blue fabric in Genoa. Indeed, denim was not born in the country of cowboys, but in Italy. Our analysis.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Sailing finds new ties with sustainability
Sustainability

Sailing finds new ties with sustainability

While resuming important sports events is necessary, replicating the past is no longer an option. New models are emerging thanks to unique ties with sustainability. Sailing is an example to follow.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Big alliances in the yachting industry are taking shape
Strategy

Big alliances in the yachting industry are taking shape

While the pandemic has not dampened the global appeal of yachting, Italy is experiencing an unprecedented boom in its nautical sector and is seeing the emergence of big name alliances.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Stone Island, Shang Xia, Supreme: why acquisitions are increasing
BusinessFeature

Stone Island, Shang Xia, Supreme: why acquisitions are increasing

The year 2021 opens with many questions, including those raised by recent acquisitions operated in the luxury industry, obvious signs of new strategies accelerated by Covid-19.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Renting clothes, the future of fashion
Strategy

Renting clothes, the future of fashion

Renting rather than buying, this trend is gaining ground in fashion. If the ambition to contribute to the protection of the planet by consuming less is one of the driving forces, it is also the pleasure of wearing prestigious clothes, without spending excessively.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

The recovery factors of the luxury industry in 2021
Business

The recovery factors of the luxury industry in 2021

While the luxury industry has practically returned to its pre-covid sales level, American or Chinese consumers that are ready to spend over 5,000 euros are driving this recovery. Our analysis.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Culture has to be the drive to 4.0 capitalism
Art & Design

Culture has to be the drive to 4.0 capitalism

How to boost culture in 2021? Giovanna Melandri, former Italian Minister of Culture, unveils new possible approaches in an exclusive interview for Luxury Tribune.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

America’s Cup: Made in Italy’s tech secrets that could make history (Ep.1)
Style & Experiences

America’s Cup: Made in Italy’s tech secrets that could make history (Ep.1)

To better understand the technological battle playing out on the other side of the world, Luna Rossa has agreed to let Luxury Tribune in on a few secrets.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

Luxury forecast for 2021
Business

Luxury forecast for 2021

After this year’s record losses, according to the latest Altagamma – Bain Worldwide Market Monitor update, the luxury industry is headed for a rebound.

By Bettina Bush Mignanego

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