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.

Paola Marella, Elegance in Balance

Bicolor hair, a multi-colored soul. Paola Marella’s use of color would likely clash with visionary Wim Wenders’, who notoriously said: “Life is in color, but black and white is more realistic"

Crida: an effortlessly chic celebration of the Italian Style

The might of friendship, the power of a dream, a passion turned into reality. In one word, CRIDA – an acronym for Cristina Parodi and Daniela Palazzi, two friends who have always shared a love of fashion. A proud Italian project, a declaration of love to Italy and its pearls told through stories of fine fabrics and premium crafting. It all results in a range inspired by Italian women’s elegance, where even style names celebrate Italy in a North-to-South tour of the cities that symbolize the country’s beauty around the world – Milan, Florence, Capri and Taormina

Clara Bona, the Architect of Mix&Match and Colors

Clara Bona, the Architect of Mix&Match and Colors. I am an architect and a journalist, and I have always been both at the same time

Influencer Simona Bertolotto @sissiottostyle: sober elegance with a vintage twist

Over 45, more than 100,000 followers – pardon, a mostly female parterre aged 35 and more looking for some style inspiration, Simona is a woman that women like. And there is a simple reason for it: this is how she appears in the countless outfits that make up a gallery free from studied settings or strategies

Excellence Fashion Diaries: Calicanto Luxury Bags, the thin line between fashion and architecture

There are imaginative objects that we like because they are not just beautiful, but also intriguing, irresistible icons as alluring as art pieces. Il lato oscuro del design, a book by Dario Russo, focuses on objects paradoxically considered as design when in fact they do not serve their real purpose in daily life, but simply show an esthetic, elite nature. To name one, Philippe Starck’s lemon squeezer, a cult object that is a status symbol for the owners, and the fulfillment of their desires

Excellence Fashion Pills: Alberta Ferretti, Fred Perry x Raf Simons and Michael Kors

We are happy to announce our new Excellence Fashion Pills column – what is new in fashion, all packed in one piece. From Alberta Ferretti’s green collection to the Raf Simons x Fred Perry sporty luxury collaboration and Michael Kors’s global optimism, here is what springs has in store

Extra Milano: an ode to the Milanese style by Valextra

Extra Milano resulted in 6 mini bag collections for 2020, creations that sum up all Valextra’s values and pay tribute to the brand’s DNA, where beauty, fine crafting, functionality and innovation are embedded

Large woven motifs for Prada’s new bags

Modernity goes hand in hand with romance and finesse. All perfectly blended in a bag that escapes place and time, and frees itself from categories like “for everyday”, or “for special occasions”. The new collection, sporting a large woven motif on top, was just added to Prada’s wide handbag range, but has already been labelled as “iconic”

MFW Fall 2020-21: Missoni’s patchwork of geometries

A free composition of simple and graphic shapes, with patterns of horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines originally intertwined: this is the leitmotif of the 68 looks showcased by the brand

MFW Fall 2020-21: weaves and fringes for Bottega Veneta

It is no secret that Daniel Lee has already proved to have what it takes. He received numerous recognitions at the 2019 British Fashion Awards, where he was acclaimed for his work at Bottega Veneta. After slightly more than one year and a half as the brand’s creative director, not only has he revamped Bottega Veneta’s style, but he has also been responsible for a spike in sales.