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Pollini launches You Design.
The new contest is in collaboration with the Istituto Marangoni for the creation of a capsule collection that will become part of the Pollini Archive Spring and Summer 2021 collection.

Designed by the students of the Master in Luxury Accessories Design & Management of the Milan and Florence offices, the competing capsules are inspired by the atmospheres and colors of the most fascinating summer destinations in the Mediterranean.
The students were asked to dig into the historical archive of the brand and to create an original capsule, inspired by some of the iconic models of the brand.

A jury of fashion insiders and fashion experts, including journalists and influencers, together with the Creative Director of the brand, voted for the most interesting project.

The capsule - which includes models of four shoe styles and a bag - will be for sale from May in the main Pollini Boutiques and also here in our online Boutique.


Designed by Alexandre Baldissera, Brazil
Designed by Anna Chiara Mormile, Italy
Designed by Chun-Kai Shang, Taiwan
Designed by Elizaveta Obzhirina, Russia
Designed by Ipek Erdem, Turkey
Designed by Niccolo Frondibue, Italy
Designed by Phoebe Adams, United Kingdom
Designed by Sofia Tagliaferro, Italy
Designed by Alexandre Yi-Chen Chang, Taiwan


Nataly Osmann

Co-founder of the international travel-project #FollowMeTo, fashion-influencer, founder of the well-being space Ashram. Forbes USA included #FollowMeTo in the top three of the most successful travel influencers in the world. Together with her husband Murad they have also been a ‘Couple of the year’ in Glamour Russia and have appeared on the covers of Harper’s Bazaar India, National Geographic USA and Cosmopolitan Russia. Thanks to the #FollowMeTo movement she can support young local designers from different countries who develop the sphere of fashion and contribute their culture. That’s how her love for Fashion Weeks was born, and she dreams to say more about fashion in Asia, South America and other unusual places.

Rebecca Baglini

Rebecca Baglini was born in Pietrasanta in 1985. During her studies in Florence she began to discover her love of the fashion world. After receiving an MA in Philosophy, she decided to make her passion her job, studying Fashion Styling, IED, and Fashion and Fabric Consultancy at Wimbledon College of Art. Rebecca combines her inexhaustible creativity with her continuous training, managing to represent reality through her talent and sensibility. Since 2013 she has collaborated with several editorials, mixing music and fashion, and working with the look of different artists such as Marco Mengoni, Emma Marrone, Negramaro, Arisa, Marracash, Maneskin and many others. Since 2018 she has been working as a Fashion Editor at Vanity Fair Italia, collaborating with different brands and providing them with fashion advice.

Giorgia Cantarini

Giorgia Cantarini is a fashion journalist, stylist and projects curator that began working in the business at a very young age, as fashion has always been her true calling. Her experience spans from being a fashion writer as well as an appreciated stylist for digital and print publications such as Rolling Stone, Grazia, Glamour, Esquire, VOGUE ITALIA, i-d, La Repubblica, Hunger, Hypebae. Always keen on discovering emerging designers, responsible brands, styling and interviewing interesting figures all over the world. She currently acts as Senior Fashion Editor for L’Officiel Italia and L’Officiel Hommes Italia.

Angelo Ruggeri

Born in 1989, with a diploma in fashion business at the Istituto Marangoni Milan, Angelo Ruggeri is a freelance journalist. In his career, he has collaborated (and still collaborates) as a fashion editor and editor-at-large for national newspapers such as D-La Repubblica, GQ Italia, MF Fashion, MFF-Magazine For Fashion, Esquire Italia, Fashion For Men Magazine, Elle Italia, Rolling Stone Italia, Hub Style, Soldoutservice, and Il Giornale. He is a lecturer in fashion marketing, digital marketing, fashion writing and fashion public relations at the Istituto Marangoni Milan. He is the Fashion News Director of Personne, an independent magazine that is known around the world. He is Communications & Marketing Advisor for White Show Milano and for various international brands, specialized in fashion and design.

Michela Guasco

Michela Guasco born in Pisa, grew up in Florence where she studied at Liceo Classico and then Architecture at University di Firenze. Her mother being a jewellery designer for many runway shows, she was at home in the fashion world since childhood and started styling while she was still in college. Her first stories were published on Westuff, one of Italy’s first independent magazines edited by Maria Luisa Frisa and Stefano Tonchi. In 1988 moved to Milan to work at 100 Cose magazine where she grew from styling assistant to senior fashion editor in just a few years. In 1998 she also worked to the ideation and realisation of MTV Italia first show about fashion, Zipper. In 2001 she moved to Grazia Italia, where she became managing fashion editor, superintending the fashion department staff while styling main fashion spreads, covers and celebrities all over the world. In the meanwhile she has consulted and styled for several brands, from La Perla to Simonetta Ravizza, from Pal Zileri to Fay. In 2015 she decides to go freelance and undertake a new adventure, the ideation and launch of an independent magazine, Collectible Dry, where she still acts as Fashion Director at Large while consulting for several brands. In 2016 Michela started teaching at Istituto Marangoni as a way to transmit the know how amassed in her decades of profession and knowledge of the fashion world, she was recently promoted to the role of Programme Leader of Fashion Styling at the Milano School.