Have you ever tried to close your eyes, imagining to be caressed by a slight wind, covered with soft white linen garments and scented laurel leaves in your hair? Do you think it’s impossible?! Then you’ve never been to Athens, trust me 🙂 This city was yet another fantastic thing that surprised me in a positive way, an incredible immersion in one of the oldest and precious cultures that man has ever created. A day I had the fortune to share with 7 for all mankind, who took me by the hand in this new adventure perhaps far from everything I’ve done lately. You guys know how much I love travelling and having the chance to breathe the same air (with my imagination ) that also Venus, Minerva and the beautiful Zeus breathed, gave me strength and at the same time made me feel kind of fragile in front of so much wonder. The Acropolis, the Parthenon, mediterranean flavors, walking along the neighborhood of Kolonaki with “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk in my headphones (listen on spotify the soundtrack of my experience in Greece) are just a taste of what I can show through my photos. My advice ..? Go there! Many thanks to 7 for all mankind, my new adventures companion (do you remember Los Angeles?) See you in the next episode …. 😉
PS.Find out the first blog of 7 for all mankind, really cool!!

Avete mai provato a chiudere gli occhi, fermarvi qualche secondo ed immaginarvi accarezzate da un debole vento, ricoperte da morbide vesti di lino bianco e con foglie profumate di alloro tra i capelli? Vi sembra impossibile?! Allora non siete mai state ad Atene, credetemi 🙂 Questa città è stata l’ennesima fantastica esperienza di cui mi sono sorpresa positivamente, un’incredibile immersione in una delle culture più antiche e preziose che l’uomo abbia mai creato. Un giorno che ho avuto la fortuna di dividere con 7 for all mankind, che mi ha accompagnato per mano in questa nuova avventura forse lontana da tutto quello che mi è capitato di fare ultimamente. Tutte voi sapete bene il mio amore per il viaggio ed avere la possibilità di respirare la stessa aria che (con la fantasia) ha respirato anche Venere, Minerva ed il bellissimo Zeus mi ha dato forza e nello stesso tempo resa quasi fragile davanti a tanta meraviglia. Acropoli, Partenone, sapori mediterranei, passeggiate per il quartiere di Kolonaki con nelle cuffie “Get Lucky” dei Daft Punk (ascoltate su spotify la colonna sonora della mia esperienza in Grecia) sono solo un assaggio di quello che posso mostrarvi attraverso le mie foto…il mio consiglio? Andateci andateci andateci! Grazie mille a 7 for all mankind per accompagnarmi in queste mie peripezie (ricordate Los Angeles?) e ci vediamo al prossimo episodio…. 😉
PS. Date un’occhiata al primo blog di 7 for all mankind, bellissimo ragazze!



Jeans & T-shirt: 7 for all mankind!
Photos by Gregorio Capineri Tosetti

237 Responses to “A lovely day with 7 for all mankind – Episode 2 “Athens””

    oh my god.. awesome post first of all. i am greek and i live in the center of athens and i never realised how amazing it really is.. your photos and your kind words made me realise that. thanks so much for visiting and you’re the sweetest! i mean what you wrote about athens in this post made me cry! keep rocking girl xx hope u come back soon! 🙂

    Reply to Penny*

    Love your shoes!!!!!! where did you get it from??

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    Reply to Telmo
  • Cara Chiara, Grazie for visiting again our country hope the next time u will visit the northwest suburbs in Athens except from the centre! Your pictures look amazing and so natural.Like your jeans,so casual look.Hope to meet you one day..sei unica.
    Demi 🙂

    Reply to demi
  • Right away I am going away to do my breakfast, afterward having my breakfast
    coming over again to read additional news.

    Reply to Alfonso
  • You are definitely lucky to have 7 jeans brought you there. I was there in Athens about this time last year for a friend’s wedding and I totally miss this place. It’s a wonderful priceless experience =)

    Reply to Diva In Me

    Can anyone tell me where I can buy the hat? Really really love it but couldn’t find it!

    Reply to V

    you left richie for andrew arthur are you blind or what?!!!!

    Reply to joan
  • Lovely post, very scenic and the jeans look lovely on you

    Reply to Ed K

    You look beautiful as always. I love that mini Celine bag. It’s so cute!

    Reply to Sam
  • I was in Athens exactly one year ago! Don’t you just LOVE the food? 🙂

    Reply to Yara

    OMG,I live in Athens and it’s so weird seing you at places where I’ve been a thousand times!!

    Reply to Sofie

    It s amazing…. how much suits you Greece!! This place,my country, is blessed and i love it…!! Proud to be greek and thank you for your support! thanks for your speachless post on my birthday!!

    Reply to Olga

    I am GreeK!!!!! I like that you loved our country so much.Athens is really beautiful and diffent indeed. Very proud now. 🙂

    Reply to Nefeli
  • Very good blog! Do you have any helpful hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you advise starting with a free platform
    like Wordpress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m totally confused .. Any suggestions? Thanks!

    Reply to best 7 inch tablets

    Watching these photos of yours in my city, I realise how much I adore the centre of the city.
    Greece is one of the most beautiful places in the world!

    Reply to chic-aholics
  • So nice to see that your enjoyed your visit to my country! Wish you could come to Thessaloniki too (2nd largest city in Greece), so I could meet you! Loved the photos! Hope to see you again in Greece soon. 🙂

    Reply to Call me M

    Non sono mai stata ad Atene ma mi piacerebbe moltissimo andarci. Davvero carino poi il tuo look…Mi sono sempre chiesta come facessi a viaggiare così tanto e sempre vestita di tutto punto,magari anche su tacchi vertiginosi…poi oggi arrivo sul tuo blog e ti trovo in un look da turista,complimenti sempre chic!


    Reply to Deborah

    Girl, I get it. you’re having fun and need to be comfy-cozy, but how can u mix all this stuff?

    Reply to amam

    Going to Athens + Santorini next week! So thrilled! First time in Greece for me! 😀

    Reply to Pam

    Chiara, where is your baseball cap from? I love it!

    Reply to C

    Chiara, where is your baseball cap from?? I love it!

    Reply to C

    So much fun ! I love that mini Celine bag!!


    Reply to Kristina Wilde

    Great seeing you in Athens and glad that u liked it! If u ever come to Athens again, u should visit the real Athens, besides Acropolis and all the touristic places. These are great too, but there are many beautiful spots that are not very known.
    Hope to see you here again!

    Reply to Lida
  • que hermoso este look Chiara! sos piu bella! amo tu seccion de looks!

    Reply to lucia

    @ sisters go bananas — I think it does make a difference, especially since Athens is named for Athena.

    Reply to Fashhole
  • Simpatico il cappellino..per quanto riguarda l’outfit diciamo che ti preferisco con i skinny jeans! E quelle scarpe non mi piacciono tanto..de gustibus 😉

    The Spotted Cherry Pie

    Reply to Elena
  • This is a fab post about my country, Greece. We are having a rough time regarding our economic situation, but let’s hope we will get through this eventually.

    Love the bag and your “evil eye” earring!

    Reply to Nancy
  • Never been to Athens before, but hope to goo there very soon!
    You look great in this simple and light look, perfect for a day around a city to discover! 😉
    Take care Chiara

    Carolina Xxx


    Reply to Carolina

    Ciao Chiara, che macchina fotografica usate di solito per fare le foto?

    Reply to Anna

    Ti sei mangiata l’apostrofo in un’incredibile immersione!

    Reply to Federica

    @jen: there is no need to act like a teacher…they’re only names that refer to the same deity. oh and you forgot venus who was the greek Aphrodite…
    P.S sorry for my awful english

    Reply to sisters go bananas
  • Athens is such an overwhelming city, hope you’ve had a marvellous time!

    Reply to Anne

    bellissimo look, a parte forse quelle loafers abbinate ai ripped jeans ma si tratta del tuo stile..de gustibus non disputandum est( per rimanere in tema di classicità)

    sisters go bananas

    Reply to sisters go bananas

    just so you know: Minerva is the ROMAN goddess identified with GREEK Athena… and you claim you were in Greece?

    Reply to Jen
  • Wow!!!!!!! I really want to go to Athens now! I lived your outfit as always, Chiara. The pics were really cool and I liked what you posed with in them.


    Reply to Sophie
  • grazie a te che sei stata in Grecia, ti è piacuta ed scrivi questo bellissimo testo per il mio paese!
    la prossima volta vieni a Salonico(la mia città e la seconda piu grande in Grecia. Inoltre è la terza citta in tutto il mondo con la vita notturna piu attica!!)
    Ti aspetterò.

    Reply to Christina

    già nn avevi il seno di tuo, adesso sei diventata talmente magra che nn hai più neppure il sedere…guarda che nn è sinonimo di bellezza!

    Reply to chiara
  • I’m loving those boyfriend-style jeans! Athens looks so beautiful, definitely on my bucket list.

    Reply to Marnie

    chissà che sofferenza per te dover prendere la coca cola classica…ma in grecia nn ce l’hanno quella light? tanto sicuramente non l’hai bevuta, ma l’hai buttata via dopo aver fatto le tue belle foto

    Reply to sara

    Già eri un MITO, dopo i Daft Punk in cuffia lo sei ancora di più 🙂 You’re beautifu! <3 Sei sempre forte!
    We're up all night to get lucky!

    Reply to Manu

    già nn avevi il seno di tuo, adesso sei talmente magra che nn hai più neppure il sedere…guarda che nn è sinomino di bellezza!

    Reply to chiara

    You dress so much better. This is so not you, it doesn’t even look good…

    Reply to QQQQ
  • Greece is indeed one of the most beautiful contries I’ve ever visited! 🙂 Too bad it’s going through a bit of an economical struggle, so hey, let’s pump their tourism! 🙂
    Love the total look and especially the shoes and cap! 🙂

    The White Studio

    Reply to Jennifer D.
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