Italian Grand Turismo Championship
The long history of Scuderia Ferrari and races that began back in the 1980s is moving on. Ferrari 458. The team is back on track, this time with Eddie Cheever III.Ciesse Piumini returns to the Circus to run the Formula Gran Turismo race with
The Ligrone logo will be featured on both sides of the Ferrari 458.
Citroën C4 Cactus Ciesse Piumini limited edition. Live the road with more style!
Made in Italy in a limited edition of 500 pieces, Citroën C4 Cactus Ciesse Piumini is the first special series of C4 Cactus down jackets.
The first Italian brand to make sports jackets using groundbreaking materials such as Gore-Tex, Ciesse Piumini has entered into a co-branding effort with C4 Cactus, the most innovative, bold addition to the Citroën family.
This perfect marriage comes as a natural result of the philosophy shared by the two brands: ìBe different, Feel good.
A true expression of Citroën's Crèative Technologie, C4 Cactus is an unconventional crossover that, just like Ciesse Piumini, embodies style and technology, originality and vibrant colours, and again, just like Ciesse Piumini, it bases much of its success on functionality, reliability and rationality.
A success based on innovation, elegance and cutting-edge technology.
On the one hand, Citroën C4 Cactus offers enhanced design, comfort, technology, with brand-new, unconventional solutions such as its signature side Airbumps, which give the car a bolder look while also evoking the features of a down jacket. On the other, Ciesse Piumini addresses the urban needs of consumers, while always ensuring the highest level of quality and technology.
Scrupulous attention has been paid by both brands to even the smallest details, such as the unique Key Box and the Ciesse Piumini personalised keychain.
Citroën C4 Cactus Ciesse Piumini customers will receive a free voucher that can be used on Ciesse Piumini's online store for purchasing Cotiuma, the down jacket that celebrates the brand's 40th anniversary and warms the hearts of anyone who identifies with a name that has stood for quality and authenticity since 1976.
Cotiuma. The vintage Jacket celebrating the 40th anniversary of Ciesse Piumini
Ciesse Piumini presents an exclusive limited-edition line that celebrates the brand's 40th anniversary by combining an iconic piece and innovative style.
Unmistakably urban, the new jacket is designed to emphasise wearability, bold colours and attention to detail, with sophisticated interior and exterior finishes.
It features a zip puller and string stopper are emblazoned with the brand's logo, snap buttons harking back to the original design from the 70s, inner prints and labels dedicated to the company's fortieth anniversary, and comes with a small photo book that sums up the brand's long history.
Just as in the 70s, Ciesse Piumini's expertise in making highly functional technical wear and its long experience in processing down and cotton, have led to the creation of one-of-a-kind pieces that bring together the brand's best features from today and the past.
An innovative proposal in terms of both technology and style.
A tribute to the style of the 70s and 80s combined with the modern edge of contemporary trends.
The Cotiuma "Down and Cotton" jacket warms the hearts of anyone who identifies with a name that has stood for quality and authenticity since 1976.
After forty years, Ciesse Piumini continues to be a cult brand and a byword for freedom and uniqueness.
Ciesse Outdoor with Daniele Nardi
Ciesse Outdoor were alongside Daniele Nardi in climbing the 8,000-metre mountain of Nanga Parbat, which despite more than 30 attempts by top international climbers, has yet to be climbed in winter.
The Lazio mountaineer started his fourth winter expedition on the Pakistani mountain on 24 December; among his chosen technical partners is Ciesse Outdoor. His fellow adventurers were Alex Txikon, Ferran Latorre, Ali Sadpara and Janusz Golab; the international team attempted the climb from the Kinshofer route on the Diamir side, to reach the highest point of the mountain at 8,126 metres.
This expedition is a return to more genuine and authentic sense of mountaineering for me,
- explains Daniele Nardi. -
I'm climbing that mountain to fulfill a personal dream, one that the competition has nothing to do with. I chose to downplay the technical research and media coverage because the essence of mountaineering is this: to take part in the adventure of climbing a mountain, you must follow the passion that drives you in life to persevere and fight. Lionel Terray's definition of mountaineers as 'conquerors of the useless' is often heard, but this does not ring true for me. For me, climbing also becomes useful for younger generations when it acquires a symbolic value and shows that peaks can be reached by training and making sacrifices - and by peaks I mean one’s dreams and hopes.
Daniele Nardi is an international Ambassador for Human Rights, and supports solidarity projects in Nepal and Pakistan.