Cora Bellotto is an italian fashion designer, born and raised in Milan. She gain her BA in Fashion & Textile Design from NABA, Milan, and a MA in Fashion Design from Domus Academy with a full scholarship from Elle Italia.
As a free-lance designer, she collaborated in the design of various ready-to-wear womenswear collections including Cangiari and the relaunch of the historic italian brand Capucci. As an independent designer, she has been invited to showcase her collections in prestigious catwalks in Italy, Spain, Russia and China.
She received several awards for style, creativity and sustainability in fashion. In 2016 she took part in Hong Kong Fashion week winning the 2nd prize at the Redress Design Award with her capsule collection “Love Endings”. In 2018 the Italian Chamber of Fashion invited her to exhibit at the “Fashion Hub Market”, a temporary showroom during Milan Fashion Week. In 2019 Yoox and Vogue Italia selected Cora Bellotto for the international event “The Next Green Talents” and Common Objective recongnized her among the leading brands for sustainable practices.
Arrived at its third season with the S/S20 collection, the brand took part in insider’s trade fairs such as Neonyt and The One Milano, experiencing a growing interest by buyers and industry operators.
“I enjoy being part of Domus Academy’s Workshops as I love having to deal with international students and sharing my knowledge with them. I am happy to see the growing interest the new generation of designers are manifesting in their design choices”.
Online Talk with Rick Lee | 15.06
Our former student Rick Lee, fashion designer and university professor, interviewed by Caterina Lunghi.
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda description.
Daniele Ficarra wins competition for Swarovski
Our former student Daniele Ficarra is one of the winners of Swarovski Foundation Institute contest.
Talk with Defne Koz & Marco Susani | 12.05
Our alumni & winners of the Compasso D’Oro, moderated by Francesca Vargiu from Studio Urquiola.