A Psychedelic Trip featuring Camilla Filippi Photography ROBERTA KRASNIG Fashion Editor FEDERICA TROTTA Photographer assistant Brunella Iorio Stylist assistant Sara Lecci Hair & Makeup Manola Spaziani @simonebelliacademy Photo retouch and Drawings Lisa Pepe @Mia Visual Studio Press Office/Camilla Filippi Factory4
What counts for me is what Van Gogh said “the more I think about it, the more I realize that there is nothing more artistic than to love others”
Total look Fendi
Top & Pants Fendi, Shoes Semilla, Bracelet CO.RO
Fur Greta Boldini, Dress & Shoes Martin Margiela
Coat Ludovica Amati, Ring CO.RO
Sweater Céline, Pants EGGS
Shirt Céline, Skirt Dominio Undici, RingCO.RO
Shirt Céline, Pants EGGS, Shoes Semilla
Coat & Dress Greta Boldini, Socks Golden Point, Shoes Ann Demeulemeester
Actress and visual artist, we saw her go from comedy to drama, struggling with huge productions and great directors, but also with upcoming authors.We remember her in “La meglio gioventù” by Marco Tullio Giordana, that enriches his resume with titles like: “Ora o mai più” (2003); “La vita che vorrei” by Giuseppe Piccioni (2004).
In 2005, she brings in theaters “La Forma delle cose” by Neil LaBute under the direction of Marcello Cotugno. Then, during the latest years, we see her in “Filgi delle stelle” (2010) and “La vita facile” (2011) by Lucio Pellegrini, “Febbre Da Fieno” (2011) by Laura Luchetti, “Il giorno in più” by Massimo Venier e “Viva L’Italia” by Massimiliano Bruno and Banana Andrea Jublin.Recently she returned on the big screen with the movie “Buoni a Nulla” by Gianni Di Gregorio, premiered at the Rome Film Festival 2014.
Soon we will see her again at the cinema in the movie “In fondo al bosco” directed by Stephen Lodovichi and produced by Sky with Onemore pictures and in “Tutto può succedere”, remake of the Cult series Parenthood, directed by Lucio Pellegrini and Alessandro Angelini, produced by Cattleya for the italian TV channel Rai Uno. Camilla Filippi, chose the social network Instagram as the “stage” for her last adventure as a performer named “Kamilla Filippi Psychedelic Breakfast”, then transformed into an art exhibition, opened at the Museum “Palazzo Collicola” in Spoleto (Italy) at “Festival dei Due Mondi”.