Angelo Flaccavento is a fashion critic. Columnist for The Business of Fashion and Il Sole 24 Ore, editor at large of Vogue Italia, he also collaborates with WSJ, Purple Fashion, Fantastic Man, Studio. He curated the exhibitions Due o tre cose che so di Ciro and Il signor Nino both for the Fondazione Pitti Discovery respectively in 2017 and 2015. Under the patronage of Pitti Immagine, he created and curated the TV series Le Italie della Moda, broadcasted on Sky Arte HD in autumn 2014. In 2015 he created and curated the book 150 for the Reda woolen mill. In December 2018 he has been appointed member of the study Commission for the identification of public policies for the safeguard, conservation, promotion and fruition of the cultural heritage of Italian fashion established by the Minister of Cultural Heritage Alberto Bonisoli.