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Winners of the Who's Who Awards 2020 – Italian Cuisine

They just took place in live streaming, i Who's Who Awards, an initiative sponsored by the municipality of Milan, National Chamber of Italian Fashion is Camera Buyer Italy – The Best Shops. The prestigious award ceremony recognized those who, in the last twenty years, have made an important contribution to the enhancement of Made in Italy.

Designed by Cristiana Schieppati, the twentieth edition, which took place in digital version from the Ballroom of the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan, was an opportunity to send a message of hope and desire to return to normal. The award ceremony can be watched here.

"A special edition. Everyone, jury and winners, were united in wanting to give a message of hope, a desire to return to normalcy, a desire to rejoice. And this is the main reason why I have not given up organizing the Who's Who Awards, albeit with great difficulty and perplexity. The result went beyond expectations, thanks to Sergio Salerni who accompanied me in this new digital experience, but above all it is the result of teamwork between great professionals. My thanks go to Gian Luca, Mario, Antonella, Marta, Michele, Francesca, Emanuele, Silvia, Antonio, Cristina and Nicoletta who followed me with confidence on this journey, giving their image and their precious time with generosity. My heart is yours – these are the thanks of Cristiana Schieppati.

Cristiana Schieppati
Cristiana Schieppati

Here are the winners of the WHO IS AWARDS:

Remo Ruffini – President of Moncler (Entrepreneur – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior Artistic Director (Lifetime Achievement Award)

Gilda Bojardi – Interior (Design – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Vittorio Radice – Vice President Rinascente (Retail – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Elisabetta Sgarbi Editore La Nave di Teseo and Director e gli Extraliscio (Lifetime Achievement Award) Bianca Balti (Model – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Claudio Marenzi – President of Herno (Ecology and Sustainability – Career Award) Daniela Villa – L’Erbolario (Beauty – Career Award)

Carla Vanni (Journalism – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Stefano Guindani (Photography – Lifetime Achievement Award)

Maria Grazia Mattei – Meet Digital Culture Center (Culture – Lifetime Achievement Award) Maty Fall – model (Next Generation Award)

The Elio Fiorucci Award, a prestigious award assigned to those who have been able to create new forms of communication outside the traditional schemes, is assigned to Toiletpaper Magazine founded by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari with the artistic direction of Micol Talso. The award was presented by a special guest, Piero Piazzi, President of Women Management.

The Barbara Vitti Awards voted through the Chi è Chi News newsletter (13,000 subscribers) were also assigned to Andrea Caravita, Communication Director & Pr Philosophy of Lorenzo Serafini, awarded for fashion communication, and to Flora Coluccia, Lancôme Italia Communication Manager, as the best communication in the world of beauty . To deliver the awards Emma Averna, daughter of Barbara Vitti.

Condé Nast Italy, media partner of the event, gave live coverage of the award ceremony through the social channels of Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, GQ, paying homage to the winners of a digital subscription to Vogue Italia.

Audi Italy, automotive partner of this project, accompanied the jury in the delivery of the prizes with Audi e-tron, the brand's first zero-emission model.

Amazon Alexa marked the new digital era of this edition.

(photo credit Stefano Trovati / SGP) Photo Claudio Marenzi Carlo Scarpato / SGP, photo Remo Ruffini Marco Erba / SGP

The best chef in the world could be Italian. Our 12 finalists at The Best Chef Awards – Italian Cuisine

The best chef in the world could be Italian. Our 12 finalists at The Best Chef Awards

Among the 100 finalists of Best Chef Awards a beautiful team of Italian talents. Who are they and what's new this year

Also this year it is time to look for the best chef in the world. And just look at the list of the top 100 finalists to understand that it won't be easy. To give us good hope, the second position of Italy in terms of number of presences: second only to France and followed by neighboring Spain. Waiting for the big award ceremony to be held on University of Barcelona, ​​we just have to cheer and why not finally participate in the vote.

Our finalists

The Italian chefs named among the best 100 in the world are: Massimiliano Alajmo, Andrea Aprea, Enrico Bartolini, Massimo Bottura, Enrico Crippa, Antonio Guida, Norbert Niederkofler, Davide Oldani, Floriano Pellegrino, Christian Puglisi, Niko Romito and Mauro Uliassi.

The new entries to watch

The first five finalists of last year are confirmed: Joan Roca (Spain), Rene Redzepi (Denmark), David Muñoz (Spain), Björn Frantzén (Sweden) and Jonnie Boer (Netherlands), but also the names of those who entered the 2019 stand out. Victor Arguinzoniz, Eduard Xatruch, Oriol Castro and Mateu Casañas from Spain; from the United States: David Chang and Kyle Connaughton; from France: Adeline Grattard e Guy Savoy; from Japan: Zaiyu Hasegawa, Hiroyasu Kawate e Seiji Yamamoto from the United Kingdom: Paul Cunningham; from Russia: Anatoly Kazakow; from Peru: Pia Leon and Mitsuharu "Micha" Tsumura; from Mexico: Edgar Núñez and Daniela Soto-Innes.

Why and how to vote

This year, a jury of industry experts will nominate the Best Chef, but for the 2019 edition a new special prize has been established: the Best Chef Fol-LOVERS Award. From August 1 the community that follows the awarding is called to intervene and nominate his favorite. To participate, just connect to the site The Best Chef Awards and express your preference. This is the right occasion to have our say on the most famous chefs in the world!

Paris: the night of The World Restaurant Awards – Italian Cuisine

Joe Warwick and Andrea Petrini (GettyImage).

Here's what happened at the first edition of "The World Restaurant Awards" in Paris, at the Palazzo Brongniart. Awards and winners

It was fun to participate in this first edition of "The World Restaurant Awards"Last night in Paris, in that Brongniart Palace that was once the stock exchange. The prize created by the English journalist Joe Warwick among the founders of "The World's 50 Best Restaurants" and ours Andrea Petrini, influencers and talent scouts of gastronomy, together with the event agency IMG, covered the most disparate and creative categories.

Joe Warwick and Andrea Petrini (GettyImage).
Joe Warwick and Andrea Petrini (GettyImage).

With music, including Pink Floyd, and with the television presenter Antoine de Caunes, explosive and funny as always, who spoke a perfect English-speaking guy making the audience laugh (of the series you have to speak French to understand his English), they are nominated shows and winners of 18 categories.
The most surreal were the "Tattoo free chef of the year" award Alain Ducasse, which was rewarded for the skin completely diaphanous and free of tattoos with an equally white plate symbol of the event. Monsieur commented that he does not even think about getting a tattoo in this life (too busy with his Ducasse sur Seine, the Bateux Mouches gourmet that has just inaugurated) but that, if it were, you would tattoo a little square of chocolate.
Strange also the prize assigned to Alain Passard for the best Instagram profile: the three-star Michelin chef of L'Arpège in Paris, famous for his vegetables, won the award with great confidence: «I do not do anything special, every day is like the first, I love my work".
Among the presenters there were also mega musicians like Laurent Garnier, hero of French techno who awarded the prize for the best atmosphere at Jordan Kahn Vespertine, the Los Angeles restaurant with a unique concept where dishes are a magical game, sometimes even empty … "I called architects, noses, musicians to invent my concept," he says.
Bravo too Riccardo Camanini Lido 84 in Gardone Riviera, which won the "House special" award with its cheese and pepper cooked in the pig's bladder; and good too Lara Gilmore that with Refettorio and its "Food for Soul" initiative (the non-profit association created to fight social inclusion waste), it received the "Ethical Thinking" award.
The restaurant of the year is Wolfgat in Paternoster, South Africa, above Cape Town. Kobus van der Merwe, the chef, every morning he goes to the beach in front of the restaurant to look for the raw material. I think it's worth the trip.

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