FILE works every day to recognize the sick person’s right to not suffer unnecessarily, offering terminal patients constant attention so they are never left alone and can count on qualified personnel at all times.
Support for families is also important, both during the course of the illness and the subsequent mourning process.
In particular, children and adolescents are helped through targeted forms of support and by paying attention to their emotional needs, in order to overcome a difficult period as well as all the resulting emotional struggles and relationship problems.
The party was conceived by Viola Fantoni and Tommaso Bencistà Falorni, with the contribution of the Fondazione Biagioni Borgogni and the support of Banca Ifigest. Its theme, including dress code, is PUNK ROCOCÒ.
Punk Rococò combines 17th-century aristocratic elegance with 1980s punk and rebellious styles, a tribute to the Steampunk science-fiction genre that combines anachronistic technologies and historical settings.
The menu for the event will feature courses of local gastronomical delights.
Specific providers include Prinz Beverage & Food for the aperitif, a black-gold appetizer from Savini Tartufi, followed by a Botticellian first course from the Azienda Agricola Visconti, and then an unusual second course from the Antica Macelleria Falorni.
Dessert will be adorned with edible gold from Giusto Manetti Battiloro, together with a good cup of Caffè Corsini espresso.
There will also be the excellent wines from Marchesi Frescobaldi, and bakery products from Cantinetta da Verrazzano.
Among the many artists in attendance will be Drusilla Foer, who will liven up the evening, followed by DJ Andrea Anedda at 11 p.m., who will provide music for the rest of the evening.
At the subsequent exclusive party, drinks made with Roberto Cavalli Vodka or Peter in Florence London Dry Gin will be available to sample.
Kristinn Kis will be there to immortalize guests in the most unusual poses, and the evening’s photos will be published in the Firenze Made in Tuscany Magazine.