With a roster of more than 1,000 dealers of art, antiques, and midcentury modern Italian furniture, as well as collectibles, vintage haute couture clothing, and classic cars, the twice-annual Mercanteinfiera in Parma, Italy, has been rightly billed as the largest fair of its kind in Europe, with exhibitor stands filling four massive hangars on the Fiera di Parma grounds on the outskirts of the city. Perhaps more interestingly, Mercanteinfiera has gained a formidable reputation as a “secret source” for dealers, interior decorators, and art-market insiders around the globe, among them Andrea Lullo and Andreas Pampoulides of London-based Lullo Pampoulides; John Rosselli of New York; in-demand Washington, DC, designer Mary Douglas Drysdale; Boston hotel designer Steven Favreau; and Venice, Italy-based bon vivant Toma Clark Haines, better known as “the antiques diva.”… LEGGI L’ARTICOLO / READ