The men in the family (clockwise from left)—Diego Della Valle’s nephew Matteo Procaccioli, son Emanuele, brother Andrea, Diego, and his father, Dorino—in the living room of Della Valle’s Casette d’Ete home.
Della Valle’s 17th-century home, formerly owned by a count.
His 198-foot yacht, Altair.
The Tod’s office-factory in Casette d’Ete, with a photograph by Giovanni Gastel.
The courtyard of Della Valle’s Casette d’Ete home.
Della Valle commutes by helicopter from his home in Casette d’Ete.
Larger than life onscreen, with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
At a press conference to present his plans for a high-speed train service.
At the Colosseum
Della Valle (center) with (from left) son Emanuele and grandson Giacomo, nephew Matteo, father Dorino, and brother Andrea in the courtyard of Della Valle’s home in Casette d’Ete.
Della Valle’s eldest son, Emanuele.
The Marlin, which once belonged to John F. Kennedy.
Della Valle and grandson Giacomo in the living room of Della Valle’s Casette d’Ete home.
Della Valle’s collection of globes
His 12-acre Capri villa was built in the 1500s.
Della Valle in his villa on Capri
An aerial view of Villa del Palombarone.
Della Valle’s youngest son, Filippo.