Letizia Bellitti

Letizia Bellitti
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Curious by nature and passionate about everything creative. I have been writing for several years, and I have always been interested in fashion and design. Writing about fashion, art and design is the best way for me to share my passion with others.

SERGIO ROSSI and MARTA FERRI: the SR1 Amalia Capsule Collection

Creative contamination can have unprecedented effects. When it is high-end footwear brand Sergio Rossi and elegant Milanese designer Marta Ferri that tandem to share their backgrounds, inspirations and stylistic approaches, the result cannot be anything but unexpected

Louis Vuitton’s Capucines: a bag turned artwork

This latest collection and its artsy twist are another step in the series of partnerships between Louis Vuitton and international artists as prestigious as Jeff Koons, Stephen Sprouse, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince and Yayoi Kusama. Limited to 300 pieces each, all models featured in the Arty Capucines collection will be available for purchase in Louis Vuitton’s stores starting from next June 25th.

Emilio Pucci’s Resort 2020 Collection

A kaleidoscopic explosion of lavender, lemon yellow, mint green and pink, geometric patterns, the designer’s minute signature, and stretch fabrics going against the ‘50s trends all easily call to mind one of the most popular namesin fashion: Emilio Pucci

The Magritte Collection by Delvaux

Luxury bag brand Delvaux is celebrating its commitment to art, as well as its long-standing partnership with the Magritte Foundation, with a new collection honoring renowned artist René Magritte, for pure ready-to-wear art

Baby & Mum: Christian Louboutin’s take on the mini me trend

Once upon a time, little girls had fun wearing their mums’ pearls, and contemplating their outfits in the mirror. Today, the mini-me trend encourages grown-ups and little ones to match their looks with coordinated fancy details, such as prints or accessories. Skeptic as experts might be about this phenomenon, it surely adds a fun twist to dressing, and almost all brands from low-cost chains to high-end labels are following along

Tory Burch Resort 2020: an ode to the designer’s roots

A plain and functional style, a whispered elegance: Tory Burch embodies the American fashion, and sweetens it with the eclectic twist of colors and prints. The result is an undoubtedly effortless, country yet chic line. Its added value? The storytelling it conceals

Alberta Ferretti RESORT 2020 Collection: sustainability in sea-inspired Daywear

Green is the new glam, meaning that fashion meets sustainability: this was the core theme of the Monte-Carlo Fashion Week, held from May 15 to 19. As stated by Stella McCartney, who has always championed waste regeneration and environment-friendly fashion respecting nature, supporting, promoting and educating are not mere verbs, but diktats to follow in our daily lives in order to save our planet

MONOGRAM: BURBERRY’s latest collection celebrates a new pattern

White, red and beige interlocking TB initials honoring the house’s founder, which were unveiled on Instagram last summer: this is how Burberry debuted its new monogram print, alongside a new logo designed by recently appointed creative officer Riccardo Tisci

MET GALA 2019: gender fluidity triumphs on the red carpet

Second only to the Oscars, the Met Gala is one of the most popular events in the United States. For over 70 years, it has been taking place every first Monday of May, coinciding with the opening of the exhibition at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of New York. The dress code requires guests and attendees walking down the red carpet at MET – selected by President Anna Wintour – to wear outfits in line with the exhibition theme

Claudia Cardinale sells the best of her wardrobe with Sotheby’s

One hundred and thirty items including day and night dresses, suits and coats, some of which worn on set by the Italian actress, will be sold at Sotheby’s online auction “Claudia Cardinale - L'étoffe d'une diva” running from June 28 to July 9. For a brief two days from July 2 to 5, they will also be publicly showcased at the Galerie Charpentier in Paris