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By Kathryn Atkins, VeryChic correspondent
La Dolce Vita, Roman Holiday, The Italian Job… 60s Italy was synonymous with bold new fashion for the masses, practical and fun for a youthful population. Sharp-trimmed suits, pop-colour dresses and sleek cars took the world by storm, leading to a boom in Italian industry. As the birthplace of Fiat, Turin was lifted high on this wave, offering chic comfort and meticulous design. Housed in the very building these cars were created, iconic in itself, is the NH Lingotto Congress ****, celebrating all the sleek elegance and luxurious comfort of this gone-never-forgotten era.