INTERIORSPhotos: Our TownFor Camilla and Carolina Cucinelli—scions of the Brunello Cucinelli fashion empire—home is where The Hamlet is.by Alexandra Marshall09.29.15Photographer: James Mollison1Photographer: James MollisonCamilla (left) and Carolina, in Carolina’s dining room.2A snap of Venice Beach, from Carolina’s trip. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family.3Photographer: James MollisonThe sisters, with Camilla’s daughter, Vittoria, in the vegetable garden.4Crowds at the fair. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family.5Crafts at Solomeo’s annual Renaissance fair. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family.67Photographer: James MollisonA view of Solomeo.8The clan in 1998. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family9Photographer: James MollisonThe town of Solomeo sits atop a rolling hill.10Photographer: James MollisonA bust of Pericles in the Cucinelli family home.11Carolina made pastries for her boyfriend’s grandmother. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family.12Photographer: James MollisonA bust of Marcus Aurelius in the Cucinelli home.13Photographer: James MollisonCamilla, Carolina, Federica, and Brunello, dining alfresco in Solomeo.14Photographer: James MollisonCarolina’s English bulldog, Brumilde.15Photographer: James MollisonA bust of Plato inside the Cucinelli family home.16Photographer: James MollisonVases in Carolina’s home.17Photographer: James MollisonCarolina’s Artemisia Gentileschi painting was a gift from Dad.18Photographer: James MollisonDoll clothing designed by Carolina when she was a child.19Photographer: James MollisonThe rooftop of a small church, taken from Camilla’s house.20Photographer: James MollisonAn Apple poster in Carolina’s house.21Photographer: James MollisonBooks abound in the Cucinelli family home.22Camilla’s first communion celebration, with Carolina, 1991. Courtesy of the Cucinelli Family.