The Milanese Designers On The Up

These up and coming Milan based designers all embody what it means to create Italian fashion. Get to know these names now, before everyone else gets their paws on them.

Milanese fashion is hard to pin point. It’s quirky, it’s colourful and often times synonymous with Miuccia Prada. The pairing of unexpected prints or skirts with sneakers all done with an effortless ease, captures the city’s contrast of ladylike old romance with a contemporary edge. These designers are all on the cusp of what's new and next in Milanese fashion. 

Attico

ATTICO

Draped silk robes, plunging necklines and contemporary florals were all over this street style favourite brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 line. Refined grunge looks are embodied in the rich fabrics, feminine details and denim. The brand was created by Italian designers, Gilda Ambrosia and Giorgia Tordini and launched just in 2016. Check out more of these effortlessly luxurious looks here.

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Stella Jean

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Stella Jean may be based in Rome, but her taste exudes Milanese chic. Stella Jean is of Italian and Creole heritage, and it shows with her multicultural prints and sharp tailoring. The fall/ winter 2017 line is filled with artful layering, amazing furs and scenic prints that will be on the streets of Milan before you know it.

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Brognano

Brognano

This Calabria born designer attended school at Marangoni Institute in Milan and went on to work for Giambattista Valli and Dolce and Gabbana. His contemporary collection blends ladylike ruffles with streetwear and masculine tailoring. This edgy designer makes voluminous bows coexist with baseball caps perfectly.

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MGSM

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MGSM’s designs are all about streetwear and bold colours. The vision behind the brand, Massimo Giorgetti was born in Rimini and came from a background of working retail. His athletic influenced pieces play with exaggerated proportions and prints.

 

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