Another exclusive and luxury outfit, signed by Fausto Puglisi, for the presenter of the program “Il Bello del Calcio”
A multicolored jacket in degradé leather embroidered with crystals and studs have a blue light mini dress this is the look chosen this week by the staff of Michele Franzese for Claudia Mercurio, who every week interprets the fashion trends of the moment from the studies of Il Bello del Calcio, the transmission that leads with the director of the Corriere dello Sport Ivan Zazzaroni.
In today’s episode in fact the attractive Neapolitan presenter presented herself to her viewers once again with an exclusive look and which bears the signature of Fausto Puglisi, the designer from Messina who for years successfully offers free women, proud of their physicality and their work.
To notice him first, in Los Angeles, will be Patti Wilson and Arianne Phillips, who will wear Madonna in his black coat. In Italy he will be appreciated instead by Dolce and Gabbana, and success will allow him to dress Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. at the Super Bowl as well as becoming creative director of Emanuel Ungaro.
Today, her clothes arrive on the catwalk with prints, contrasts and passionate colors in a mix of ancestral meanings and old and new traditions, which have also struck Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez to the heart.
Il Bello del Calcio is a sports talk show produced by Napoli Canale 21 and the Quaranta Production which includes football players, technicians and journalists such as Massimo Caputi, Gianni Di Marzio, Roberto Rambaudi, Dario Marcolin, Mario Sconcerti, Italo Cucci, Adriano Bacconi, Ciccio Marolda, Fulvio Collovati, Nando Orsi, with the special participation of Simona Ventura, Massimo Giletti, Pierluigi Pardo and many other famous faces of sport and entertainment.
Moreover, every week issues concerning the Calcio Napoli are discussed with completely new times and ways, and with the support of images, statistics and curiosities: music and fun never fail, with the comedy of Peppe Iodice and a band always present in addition to musical interventions by artists such as Sal Da Vinci, Franco Ricciardi and Andrea Sannino, who in the last episode also presented the song Nanà written by Renato Zero.