The mood for Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini’s second collection for Attico was “tropical and playful.” Summery dresses were richly embroidered with multicolored parrots, lobsters, seashells and fish. Bright tones of red, turquoise, purple and green contributed to the exotic vacation feel. There were also a few Chinese and Japanese motifs inspired by vintage Asian furniture.
Presented in a luxury apartment in central Milan, Attico’s wrap dresses came in silk-satin, velvet, suede and patent leather, or in a precious hand-embroidered sequined version. Color blocking, ruffles and cutouts on the bodice distinguished silk-satin and velvet slipdresses that also had high slits, open backs or draping.
The designers introduced separates such as a boho crochet frock or a cardigan with tone-on-tone embroidered crystal spikes, and a first range of accessories, such as slingbacks and sandals with delicate ribbons and embroidered silk pouches.
It is no wonder that Attico is quickly making a name for itself as the collection with a cohesive message of young and cool yet elegant designs, with details that stand out in a crowd.