La Cucina Italiana
La Cucina Italiana, a magazine originally only about Italian cuisine, today a lifestyle magazine, has been published in Italy since 1929. The first issue of the (licensed) Czech version was published in 2004. La Cucina Italiana is the personification of passion for quality and a celebration of Italian and Mediterranean food and culture.
Image credit: Riccardo Lettieri for La Cucina Italiana
La Cucina Italiana is the most recent acquisition by Condé Nast Italia (it was bought in 2013) and its only native Italian brand. Since its founding in 1929, the brand is the most authoritative voice of Italian food and hospitality. A restyling completed in late 2017, while rediscovering a vintage logo and keeping the trademark in-house cooking and testing, introduced a more contemporary and sophisticated photographic language, and an editorial mix enriching the recipes with orginal news, longform reporting and “food stories”. The magazine’s cooking school, La Scuola, offers beginners, professionals and corporate courses, and through on-site and off-site events is the live dimension of the brand. The social and digital platforms are booming.
Monthly Unique Users
1 in 4
readers are male
3 in 5
are aged between 35-64 years
are interested in travel, consumer goods, home furniture and design
Maddalena Fossati Dondero
La Cucina Italiana Serbia
La Cucina Italiana was founded in 1929 and from then on it has become a foodie staple. Ninety years since its launch, the brand made its way into Serbian kitchens as well. The prestigious magazine celebrates all things food – authentic recipes, the art of selecting and combining ingredients, fragrances and tastes, and photographs that will stimulate your taste buds.