The idea of mixing Little Italy with Bleecker Street is intriguing. I don't care much for Little Italy on its own....its a bit pungent on my skin. On the other hand, I just received a sample of Bleecker Street in the mail this week. While I like the fragrance, it seems to lack a bit of depth. It hits the high notes well on the opening, but doesn't seem to evolve in any kind of meaningful way. I think you might be on to something, in that Little Italy applied sparingly could provide some depth that's lacking in Bleecker Street. Given the commonality of citrus between the two, I think they could be quite complimentary. I'm thinking 2 parts Bleecker St., 1 part Little Italy.
Let us know if you give it a try.