Capellina family is comprised of four styles – two script fonts and two small caps romans – built to work together in typographic compositions intended to catch the eye. The fonts can be seen as some kind of lettering machines programmed to take advantage of swashes (specially at the beginning and and at the end of text lines) and to avoid stroke collisions. Because of the ‘contextual alternates’ programming, the letters will change while you’re writing. Just use any OpenType-compatible software and the font’s algorithm will do the rest.
You can also download Trial Fonts for testing.