Igor Borghi can’t sit still. On the other side of a table in Milan’s deeply cool Radetzky Café he flips his legs from side to side, leans forward, leans back, props his chin with his hand then practically leaps out of his seat and gesticulates in what is almost a caricature of a passionate Italian. If he weren’t so disarmingly charming, he’d probably be quite annoying. “I never sit down. People hate me!” he says.
Sometimes it's hard finding love in this new spot from Igor Borghi.
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