Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile are two of the most important design events of the year. To get you more interested in this city, One Hundred Edition presents to you 10 Italian Top Lifestyle Fashion Brands. Get to know some stunning Italian Brands that will fit perfectly with your luxury lifestyle.
Milan is the home of some the most famous luxury fashion brands in the world. But it is also a city that continues to generate lots of new talents, emerging designers and new high-end brands.
Today, One Hundred Edition completes one more chapter in MILAN in 100º and has the pleasure to show you the 10 biggest and most recognized Milan fashion brands, some luxury brands that stand in testament to the power of the Italian fashion family and emphasize their dynastic core continuing to drive global expansion.
Franco Moschino built Moschino as a fashion brand with a punk attitude and satirical wit. But Moschino’s designs were also radical in purely visual terms too, favoring brash colors, bold text, and a cheap or cartoon-like aesthetic. At the moment, this Milan fashion brand includes several labels at different levels of exclusivity and price point.
Versace is a famous Italian brand and a luxury fashion empire that rose to prominence in the late 20th-century economic boom. It was founded in Milan in 1978 by Gianni Versace and became known for outlandish glamour, typically using innovative materials to produce sexy, feminine dresses.
After working as a designer in the menswear department of Nino Cerutti, Giorgio Armani founded his own company with Sergio Galeotti. Today the luxury brand is a huge company, making it one of the strongest fashion brands in the world. The signature Giorgio Armani line remains true to the label’s origins: exquisite quality and understated design.
Dolce & Gabbana design always tells a story. The designer duo debuted at Milan Fashion week in 1985 with a striking ‘Sicilian widow’ collection, and over the years we have seen collections that channel different narratives and characters of the Mediterranean: slick pinstripe mobster suits, bombastic Baroque evening wear, gauche Neapolitan streetwear or romantic fairytale gowns. Like its major competitors of the period, Dolce & Gabbana expanded to become an empire with multiple initiatives The Italian brand stays true to its roots, continuing to mine the founders’ Italian heritage for inspiration.
Missoni was founded in Gallarate near Varese in 1953, but the Missoni family are Milan stalwarts and the city is its spiritual home. This Italian brand remains a family-run business with daughter Angela at the helm as Creative Director since 1997 and granddaughter Margherita designing accessories.
Established in 1913, Prada is another historic Milan fashion brand that now dominates the global design. It started as Fratelli Prada and during the years the luxury brand developed its reputation for cool, refined elegance.
Attico is a Milan fashion clothing line and it was founded in 2016 by Naples-born street-style icon, Gilda Ambrosio and designer Giorgia Tordini. This high-end brand uses luxurious, richly-patterned silks and elaborate embroidery, bringing opulence back to the urban wardrobe.
Marta Ferri tailors bespoke and made-to-measure clothing and is known as one of the Milan fashion’s most sought-after wedding dress ateliers among the city’s upper crust. This luxury brand is inspired by vintage fabrics and tapestries.
Born in Bologna in 1990, Marco Rambaldi represents the fresh, young design talent of Milan. After presenting his first womenswear collection during Milan Fashion Week in 2014, he was awarded the Next Generation prize and since then has been bestowed several prestigious accolades for emerging designers. Nowadays, he is a great luxury brand when we talk about high-fashion.
As a design champion of bold patterns and fabrics, Massimo Piombo is one of the most recognized Milan Fashion brand and also is known for striking, contemporary adaptations of old-school tailoring and historical garments.