Panorama director Giorgio Mulè wears Green George

Giorgio Mulè poses in the company of a pair of Green George black lace-ups, in a moment of relaxation from the institutional appointments that involve him every day. Formal shoes for the former director of Panorama, therefore, in a black version of the iconic models of the brand, which perfectly matches the blue dress by Mulè.

The 100% Made in Italy black lace-up is certainly the ideal shoe to use for business meetings, more formal occasions or even ceremonies: it is a model that must never be missing in a man’s wardrobe and the soft leather with which it is made does yes that the Green George lace-up is comfortable for anyone who wears it.

Giorgio Mulè began his journalistic career in 1989 at the Giornale di Sicilia in Palermo, a black and judicial reporter, with a New York parenthesis at Il Progresso Italoamericano; in 1992 he moved to the Giornale. In 1996, the director Vittorio Feltri entrusted him with the responsibility of guiding the newborn chronicle of Rome and then the Roman editorship. Switch to Panorama where in a short time (after having held various positions, from one sent to editor), he becomes first Deputy Director and then Deputy Executive Director. Since December 2005, at the same time as the Directorate of Economy, he has also held the position of Deputy Director Videonews. In May 2006 he was appointed director of Videonews. From 11 October 2007 to 31 August 2009 he directed Studio Aperto, the news program of Italia 1, succeeding Mario Giordano. In 2008 he signed the Italia 1 Tutto program in 1 night, a week of Studio Aperto and later also Rewind, Borders and Live. From 1 September 2009 to 31 January 2018 he was the editor of the weekly Panorama (for which he had previously held the position of deputy executive director), succeeding Maurizio Belpietro, and of the weekly Economy.