“(My collection) challenges good taste and forces us to question our own.”

Giuseppe Stelitano

What country are you from and where do you live?

I was born in North Italy, and have been living in London since 2017.

Title of what you do and what company you work with.

I’m currently a Colour Technician at Trevor Sorbie’s flagship store in Covent Garden,London and a member of the International Artistic Team.

Whats your education background?

I studied in the Toni and Guy Academy in Milan as a Stylist. Following moving to London, I trained with Trevor Sorbie for 8months and am currently doing the L’Oréal Colour Specialist course.

What is your signature style?


What is the first creative project you remember?

One of the first creative projects that I remember is when I was assisting Pablo Kuemin for and Editorial for Love magazine. It was great insight into a different aspect of hairdressing outside the Salon.

What is the most fulfilling collaboration you’ve worked on?

One of the most fulfilling collaborations has been when I was alongside my amazing colleagues Mai Ha and Tiziana Di Marcelli showcasing and presenting creative works on stage at Cosmoprof in Turin, Italy with an audience of 5,000.

IG:  @giuseppestelitano

Named Creative Head Magazine The It List ‘Visionary’ Champion 2021

His winning submission ‘Memphis’ was born from the desire to experiment, disrupt the ordinary and create something new. 

Inspired by the work of Ettore Sottsass 1960’s series of glass sculptures, the collection features strong contrasting colours and geometric shapes, inviting viewers to a utopian world. Giuseppe says it “challenges good taste and forces us to question our own.” ⠀

Hair & Photo:  Giuseppe Stelitano

Makeup:  Sabrina Gatej

Hair Assistant:  Enrica Napoleoni

Camera Assistant:  Drew Burns