“Being beautiful and a little self-centered while feeling at ease and comfortable—why not?” they asked. To address the comfort situation their way, they concocted a series of cut-out clingy numbers, sexy tops, and miniskirts in liquid jersey with drawstring draping effects, to reveal or conceal bare skin according to moods. In today’s locked-down reality, a sensible, soothing sense of ease is surely key; yet at The Attico, the seduction game is apparently never quarantined.
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“We’re going with the flow, evolving, and adjusting to a new mindset and to a very different reality, without losing hold on our identity,” Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio said. Their fluid, supple approach translated into a sinuous, slender silhouette, but in keeping with The Attico’s seductive, über-feminine take, it was counterbalanced by self-confident structured shapes. The malleable fabric was used extensively in the collection, highlighting the need for comfort even a diehard The Attico partygoer has to acknowledge today.