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Simone Bellotti is Bally’s new creative director

The Italian designer who has worked for brands such as Dolce&Gabbana, Bottega Veneta and Gucci has been chosen as the new creative director of the Swiss fashion house.

Simone Bellotti is Bally’s new creative director

Swiss luxury brand Bally has just welcomed Simone Bellotti as creative director following the departure of Rhuigi Villaseñor, who had been in the position for just over a year.

This is an internal move, as Bellotti had joined the firm last October after 16 years at Gucci. Bally says the new director “brings a deep knowledge of both ready-to-wear tailoring and accessories craftsmanship”.

The brand’s CEO, Nicolas Girotto, stated that “he will continue to interpret and rejuvenate the codes of our brand in the current context. Simone’s passion and appreciation for Bally’s heritage, coupled with her extensive industry experience, will allow us to continue to execute our vision of creating timeless and elegant products that maintain our legacy of craftsmanship and stand the test of time.” This change in leadership could be a turning point in Bally’s rejuvenated strategic focus.

Bellotti has worked for the houses of Gianfranco Ferré, Dolce&Gabbana, Bottega Veneta and Gucci, where he was able to develop a very meticulous attention to detail when creating. “It is a great honor to be appointed creative director of Bally, and to be trusted to contribute to Bally’s extraordinary legacy,” the Italian designer recounted. “The unique Swiss heritage of the house, together with its beautiful history rooted in a spirit of avant-garde and relentless pursuit of excellence, prove a powerful inspiration.”

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