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.

Mansur Gavriel: a capsule collection to honor Alexander Calder

Shapes and colors that define kinetic sculptures: 20th century American designer Alexander Calder’s work is based on complex mechanisms that can turn on and move to interact with humans

PFW SS 2020: LOUIS VUITTON’S BELLE ÉPOQUE

It is quite some responsibility to close the Spring Summer 2020 Fashion Weeks, whose last show is not just the culmination of a 4-week world tour of fashion brands, but also sets the scene for the new decade’s trends. Louis Vuitton was called to meet this challenge, and Nicolas Ghesquière, the brand’s womenswear creative director for the past 6 years, wrapped up the last day of this summer fashion parade in an emotional show set at the Louvre.

PFW SS 2020: MIU MIU’s ode to simplicity

Never as in these times has fashion been such a powerful socio-cultural driver. Some brands have been taking advantage of the creative, resonating fashion business as a channel to share reflections on modern times and inspire acts of rebellion against the system

PFW SS 2020: Balenciaga’s focus on power dressing and work uniforms

An elliptical setting with the looks of a Parliament, apparently ready to host a platoon of politicians, set up in the movie studios at La Cité du Cinéma. Totally covered in blue velvet and carpet recalling the colors of the European Union, the space transforms into an auditorium that holds a definitely peculiar conference called by Demna Gvasalia, creative director of Balenciaga

PFW SS 2020: social engagement and creative inspirations for DIOR’s green fashion

The green factor: the cult element of the Milan Fashion Week. Some brands made it part of their settings, such as Luisa Beccaria’s show, where the models paraded among green lawns and foliage, and Gentryportofino, whose looks were introduced between two lemon trees

MFW SS 2020: GUCCI celebrates diversity and fights homogenisation

Alessandro Michele has got us used to runway shows in theatrical settings, bordering on the worlds of art and provocation. Demiurge of a new fashion language, in line with the spirit of the times that echoes various trends, such as gender fluidity, Gucci’s creative director has brought out collections where maximalism flirts with references and pop culture

MFW SS 2020: retrò prints and hints by LA DOUBLE J

It could not be otherwise, static monochrome styles are just not the right fit for her life: a collection of experiences from her childhood on Santa Monica beaches, her teenage years in a San Francisco that paved the way for her career in advertising, a stopover to New York, where she entered the fashion business with a job at Calvin Klein, and a final stop in Milan, where she ended up for love and started working for a renowned online fashion magazine

NYFW SS 2020: THE COLOR TRENDS ACCORDING TO PANTONE

NYFW Spring/Summer 2020: new round, new race. In September, summer is still on only in the fashion world, where the new collections for the next warm season are unveiled. As usual, the fashion tour sets off from New York

NYFW RTW spring 2020: Tory Burch honors Lady D

The Beaux-Arts Court at the Brooklyn Museum hosted Tory Burch’s fashion show, inspired by the unforgettable Lady Diana. The Princess of Wales never masked her interest in fashion and always stood out for dressing with grace and pep both in formal occasions and leisure time.

Bottega Veneta: a capsule collection exclusively available on mytheresa.com

Exclusive luxury, Made in Italy exquisite handcrafting and refined aesthetics: no further words are needed to define Bottega Veneta’s DNA. After Tomas Maier bowed out, new creative director Dion Lee is now at the helm and stamping a minimalist, more conceptual mark on the label’s lines