Must Have Italian Fall Fashion
Everyone knows that the major fashion trends begin in Italy, and ‘Made in Italy’ is hugely popular in America. From designer shops and boutiques, to ‘high street’ shops, a ‘Made in Italy’ tag carries a specific type of respect and belief that since it was made in Italy, then it is a good, fashionable and quality item. So, we scoured the Internet looking for fresh arrivals from Italy to keep you ahead of the style trends. (Image Credit: Alexi Romano/ Unsplash)
Here are the Must-Haves from Italy for fall to add to your collection:
Attico F/W Collection
Designers Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio have historically shown their collections in private Milanese residents, but as Tordini says, “The Attico woman has finally left the apartment.” Their F/W Collection and general aesthetic is popular amongst the Milanese elite women. The F/W collection of Attico clothing, which is now available on luisaviaroma.com, includes vibrant colors, feathers, attitude and gorgeous embellishments for your next party or night out!
GCDS x Barilla Collab
Fashion and food come together in carb form for the capsule collection, GCDS x BARILLA. GCDS, “God Can’t Destroy Streetwear”, a fun Milanese clothing brand has brought a fun flair to the classic Barilla Spaghetti No 5 with fun fuchsia pink packaging and brings us back to 1960s Hollywood pop culture. If you catch a peak at the short film with iconic Sophia Loren as a guest star, you’ll see the new take on Barilla.
The Cathusia perfume is created in the smallest perfume laboratory in the world, called “Carthusia”, or Charterhouse. History states that in 1380, the scent of the “Garofilium Silvestre Caprese” was traced and found after beautiful flowers on the island of Capri left a particular scent. The water was the first perfume of Capri, and after the formula was later discovered in 1948, with the Pope’s permission, it was sent to a chemist in Piemonte to later inspire the fragrances created by Cathusia today. The fragrances are gorgeous and bring unique harmony between gorgeous scents and a tribute to the island of Capri. The bottles are also gorgeous and luxurious decorative pieces to have on your vanity, as well.
Jewelry from Bea Bongiasca
Jewelery from Bea Bongiasca is unique and includes standout pieces, making quite the name for itself. Bea Bongiasca inspiration stems from her personal travels, passion for pop culture, and a take on the visual language that you can see in her collections. The collections are entirely handmade in Italy and are called: ‘You are Vine!’, ‘Floricultural’, ‘No Rice, No Life’, ‘A Golden Lesson’, and ‘Happy Go Cola!”
Through these fashion and fall must-haves, Italy meets Beverly Hills style in the chicest way possible and inspires your inner Sophia Loren in your everyday life. Your friends and family will adore your Italian fashion, food, jewels, and perfume!