Born in Italy and raised between Milan and Paris, Coxy started her career in the fashion industry, crafting her creative talents for renowned luxury brands like Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Gianfranco Ferré, Roberto Cavalli, and more. Here, she designed ready-to-wear and accessories collections and directed video productions, ad campaigns, and fashion films.
In 2013, Coxy moved to Los Angeles, resolute in the pursuit of her lifelong dream of working in films. She breached the doors of the industry through the Costume department, rapidly ascending as a visionary Costume Designer. Coxy has created costumes for features, television, short films, commercials, and music videos. She’s currently receiving high praise from 20th Century Television, Gotham Group, and Hulu for her fantastic design work on the upcoming series WASHINGTON BLACK (2024). Simultaneously, Coxy ventured into writing and directing short films.
Coxy’s creative talent has earned her global recognition, with her work featured in publications such as Vogue, Marie Claire, and L’Officiel. Her impact extended to the “The New Vocabulary of Italian Fashion” exhibition at the Triennale Museum of Design in Milan, solidifying her legacy in the fashion world. Her films have illuminated international film festivals, garnering accolades and recognition.