The Attico's "Life at Large" Collection Is A Playful Take on Streetwear

The Attico's "Life at Large" Collection Is A Playful Take on Streetwear

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The Attico's "Life at Large" Collection Is A Playful Take on Streetwear

Launching on February 23, the genderless capsule collection marks a shift for the Italian label into the world of streetwear.

Launching on February 23, the genderless capsule collection marks a shift for the Italian label into the world of streetwear.

Text: Trishna Rikhy

The Attico is embracing the world of streetwear with "Life at Large," a genderless capsule collection launching on February 23.

Brilliant, bold, alive and eclectic, the Milanese label by Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini debuted in 2016, a colorful juxtaposition of vivid hedonism and electric luxury wear. Their elevated contemporary looks have, historically, been refined pieces dotted with color, embracing a lifestyle of sophistication in full saturation.

"Life at Large" departs from the chic formality The Attico has traditionally fabricated, but retains the glamour of it all, the whimsy and spark, juxtaposed instead, now, onto genderless streetwear.

True to its name, the collection is created for those who do live life at large, those who dress up for the everyday, who are carefree and confident. Everyday looks follow a pale, colorful palette made up of creamy beiges, rosy pinks and rich, warm browns, speckled with cooler neutral shades. Outerwear and layering are strongly featured throughout, in plush hoodies, crisply tailored blazers and printed graphic sweatshirts.

The beauty of the collection is woven into its simplicity: every piece is dynamic and neutral until styled to become it's own. The core of streetwear, the adaptability and versatility of it, is seen in every garment, from a plain black tank to a baby pink, asymmetrical draped top.

Enter the slideshow below to view the collection and shop The Attico here.

Credits: Images courtesy of The Attico

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