Amen signs the exclusive outfit chosen by Michele Franzese’s team for the presenter of the successful Channel 21 show

A mini dress in pink sequins with a deep V-neck and flared skirt: 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 studios of Il Bello del Calcio, the transmission that leads with the director of the Corriere dello Sport Ivan Zazzaroni.

In the episode of last Monday, in fact, the attractive Neapolitan presenter presented herself to her viewers once again with an exclusive look and which bears the signature of Amen, the brand born from the will of the entrepreneur Jacopo Tonelli, to support a modern approach to luxury , with a great know-how on decoration: in fact each model is a special creation, designed to be timeless and in which each piece is conceived as a precious jewel.

A unique mix of creativity and craftsmanship, mixed with essentiality and innovation, draw both from Western and Eastern culture.

Moreover, the name Amen has a universal meaning: “so be it and so shall it be”. Eccentric and sophisticated, the Amen woman has no doubts: she is modern, contemporary and stands out for strength and determination. From the outset, the brand has stood out for a refined clientele that wants to follow trends, but capable of interpreting its style with confidence and originality.

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.

Furthermore, 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 the 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.