We love putting the spotlight on talented and interesting women, asking them to choose the styles of our collection that they love the most.
This month, we feature MARCELLA MARTINELLI, Creative Director for Fashion & Jewelry  for uber luxury MilliOnAir Magazine.  

Marcella Martinelli arrived in London from her native Switzerland where she studied art and fashion, attending the London College of Fashion and later working for designer Vivienne Westwood.
Her career later flourished as a stylist and journalist working for the likes of  Vanity Fair, US In Style,  GQ,  L'Officiel , Glamour and contributed for 8 years to the fashion pages of  How to Spend it , FT and  also established luxury magazine JFW in the UK acting as it's Fashion director.
She has dressed a variety of celebrity clients for important red carpet events like the Golden Globes, The Oscars, The BAFTA, and also many film premiers.

Marcella is a concept-driven stylist with a luxury approach and a sense of style that can be seen in her editorial and advertising collaborations.

Take a look a her favorite picks from our collection.

                    M A R C E L L A ' S   E D I T                    


"This is such a breath-taking piece ! The front is chic and simple, and you get an unexpected twist when you turn around with the intricate cut out at the back, super glamorous and eye-catching!"



"This is the ultimate classic Riviera super chic swimsuit. I love the one shoulder design and I would definitely put it on my bag for a weekend at the Belles Rives Hotel in Antibes, France, one of my favorite destinations"






 "I love this swimsuit! It instantly takes me to Marrakesh and its magic palaces adorned with the most beautiful mosaics . I love that you can use it with or without straps.
This style is versatile, classic and elegant" 





 "I love this bra, It reminds me of La Dolce Vita by Fellini and the beautiful and carefree Anita Ekberg and her decolletée vertigineux and unforgettable" 



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