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Roberto De Rosa is a Neapolitan web influencer and fashion blogger, based in Milan. From being a law student he decided to head straight to the digital influencing career. Roberto has been travelling the world for 32 years; sharing his unforgettable journeys, attending the most important fashion weeks around the globe and influencing people that eager to follow his every step. He has been published in several magazine and he is living the Instagram life to the fullest.

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What was your favourite toy that you still remember from your childhood? Why?

I loved to play with small cars, I loved to make them run fast and crash! It’s like my life, running fast and always crashing in to someone or something bigger than me.

What is your dressing style about?

I am a globetrotter with an Italian soul. I like to mix and match my Italian glamorous style with Neapolitan dapper style and iconic trend pieces, by always adding some retro and street vibes.

What is the coolest piece in your wardrobe?

My vintage Gianni Versace silk gold shirts. They are a part of me, forever.

If there is any style icon you follow, who is it and why?

I am always inspired by my friends, travels and streets . 

What is your favourite decorative object in your house?

I have a personal piece of gift from Andre Saraiva. I admire street art.

Which neighbourhood in Milan is your favourite one? Why?

I love my neighbourhood Navigli, surrounded my little rivers, cafès, art galleries, good musical vibes and cool people, in the city centre. 

What is your favourite place in Milan? Why?

My favourite place for breakfast is Sissi on the Via Sottocorno. For lunch I prefer going to Giacomo Bistrot. Mag in Navigili is the perfect spot for an aperitivo. I usually dine in some Milanese Osteria and after having pre-drinks in Porta Venezia, I am heading to party at Plastic Club.

What was the coolest country, city or place to have the best fun ever? What did you do? 

I have five top destinations: Istanbul, Warsaw, LA, Mumbai and Beirut. I have to be honest, when I am in Istanbul and Warsaw, it feels like home. Because I am very familiar with the city, I know right people, I am always inspired by surroundings and I am always welcomed very well.

How do you spent your home stay these days?

Actually, I am so surprise to discover how now I love being home. I decided to put my life in order by getting back to my studies to finish my Master in Law.

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