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Francesca Castellano. An Italian Couturier. Timeless is her passion for haute-couture pieces that Francesca reveals through two contemporary collections: “Les Follies” & “Vanitas”.

Designer Ladies Clothes

Premiere Fashion Show by Francesca Castellano




There are many  centerpieces of the Autumn/ Winter Collection envisioned & carefully designed by Francesca Castellano, and “SNOWFLAKES” bomber jacket is undoubtedly one of the most sublime to wear when you feel the touch of frost; in white colour, with hand details on sleeves and back, hand-sewn feathers and Swarovski crystals, and a chic front zipper- this haute-couture piece is likely to be a fashion “winter dream”.  And there’s another majestic item in order to complete your look & make you standing out from the crowd-  the “SNOWFLAKES” cropped blouse with intricate details such as: see-through lace effect, mid-length sleeves, zipper-back fastening. A hand-made piece that you’ll adore.

Ladies Clothing

“Snowflakes” bomber jacket A/W collection

Women Designer Clothing
  Cygne Top S/S collection


Each collection designed by Francesca Castellano represents a testimony of deep care towards the environment, a testimony of sustainability, timeless pieces that reflect a meaningful respect for Mother Nature, and also for the brand’s customers. By wearing a Castellano item you embark in a creative fashion journey of evolution, with bespoke pieces (and not only), pieces that are promoting  the expansive contemporary vision of the designer, pieces that are reinvented to tell the future story of a new fashion era.

Cygne TOP shows an endless love story with the little details pictured by the designer; in black colour, with a V-neckline in the back and short sleeves with  frayed feather trim… this item is likely to make you feel unique.


And if you want to know more about Francesca Castellano brand, make sure you check out the graceful Notorious editorial: Pause for a Pose.


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