Simone Castelletti: preview FW 2018-19


The FW 2018-19 collection by Simone Castelletti has a strong identity, a strong style in the choice of colours and materials: bold shades also for the winter season, such as yellow, red and blue. Leather, suede and patent leather but also technical accessories such as buckles, zips and gros grain belts with spoken logo.

«We wanted to create a collection of big impact, without compromises. We want to dress women with an accessory that speaks for itself, without too many frills, with clean lines, a clean pattern, which goes straight to the point. As a design object, a contemporary architecture» state the three Castelletti siblings: Simone, Style Director, Alessandro, Sales Director and Style Consultant and Marianna, Production Director.


Ankle boot in yellow patent leather and gros grain belt with spoken logo and mirrored lacing.


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