Culture, trends, design, music.
Keeping eyes and ears wide open.

After years of events and publishing experience, Bellissimo is considered by many an observatory to spot emerging trends and talents.

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HYPE on new talent

A constant at Bellissimo is collaborating with musicians, photographers, illustrators, architects, artists. As curators of events and projects, we know how to choose, involve, and value the emerging professionals in various fields.

For ten years, with Label, we interviewed groups, actors, and fashion designers who, soon after, hit it big.
In the event format The Ultimate Gin & Tonic Experience we set up impromptu performances mixing DJs with dancers and pianists with illustrators.


Looking at a long line of works directed to young adults
in the medium and medium/high market segment, Bellissimo has the advantage to say that “We are your target”: we know the public because we’re part of it.


We’re not particularly fond of the definition, but to find our bearing between common language and agency brief-speak, this definition became necessary. As part of the “creative class” we are constantly interacting with anyone, in Italy or abroad, who works in design or architecture.

Bellissimo brought to Italy some of the top names in creativity in the last twenty years, from Stefan Sagmeister to David Carson, from MVRDV to Designers Republic.

Our loft in Via Regaldi has been the location for numerous meetings and presentations dedicated to graphic design and the city, meetings of the design collective of Turn, and countless launch parties.
Whenever we can we are happy to participate as lecturers or moderators in workshops
and meetings.

Our projects with the creatives we’ve met bred new ones.
Today we are part of the creative industry’s international network, from which we draw resources for our initiatives and collaborations.

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