Make like A$AP Rocky in a set of Palm Angels jersey sweatpants. Made to be layered, the full collection will drop early 2019. By Sammy Preston17th Dec 2018. Streetwear labels with their roots in Italy are some of the most coveted and clued-in right now, reigniting the street tribe with future visions, unisex collections and limited edition collections. Launched in 2015 off the back of the success of designer Francesco Regazzi's coffee table book packed with images of the LA skate scene, Palm Angels is the perfect marriage of Milan and LA. By using our website, you accept our use of cookies. If you’re still counting Fendi, Gucci, Versace, Prada, Miu Miu, Marni, Valentino and Armani as Italy’s veritable claim to fashion supremacy (let’s just leave Dolce and Gabbana out this round), well—you have some catching up to do. Self-described techno princess, Sita Abellan is a streetwear legend all of her own. Get your blues on. Buy in with this crystal-embellished logo choker, approximately $153 at Farfetch. Founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci… A post shared by Aries (@ariesarise) on Jul 5, 2017 at 4:20am PDT. Here are a few you need to be across moving into 2019, and where to shop them now. Start with Aries' "Perfume" tee. This year, the model, DJ and stylist designed a peekaboo bag for Fendi and, just casually—launched her own gilded jewellery line at a private party in Paris during the S/S '19 shows. Marcelo Burlon. Straight out of Laguna Beach. We use cookies (om nom nom nom) to provide a better online experience, including to serve targeted ads. ArchivioB. Bottega Veneta. For top-quality knitwear that costs a fraction of the price, look no further than Italy-based … Translating roughly to "Venetian Workshop" or "Venetian Atelier," Bottega Veneta is a luxury Italian brand founded in ... Valentino. Try this Lou bomber jacket, $316 at HBX. To start off our list is a self-made brand by a multi … If you’re still counting Fendi, Gucci, Versace, Prada, Miu Miu, Marni, Valentino and Armani as Italy’s veritable claim to fashion supremacy (let’s just leave Dolce and Gabbana out this round), well—you have some catching up to do. Moschino. Hands down one of my favourite labels right now, Aries kicked off creating high-low streetwear with women in mind in 2011—though its broader appeal has always been gender neutral. NYC … Argentinian-born Milanese local, Marcelo Burlon's brand of streetwear has a distinct nightlife bent. 23 Italian Fashion Brands You Need to Know. And it's all back. A post shared by GCDS (@gcdswear) on Nov 17, 2018 at 5:07am PST. Stüssy? Attico. Gucci. Approximately $444 at Mr Porter. Approximately $77 at Ssense. Bodega Vanetta. A post shared by sita (@sitabellan) on Dec 7, 2018 at 5:43am PST. These days, it's a high-end staple loved by Drake and Travis Scott that dishes out low-key luxury parkas, sweats, hoodies, jeans and knits. The Italian brand that launched in the late 60s made a pretty epic Instagram-led comeback in 2017—in a short period of time, those winged Fiorucci angels were revived by the likes of Chloë Sevigny, Gigi Hadid and Justin Beiber. A post shared by Stone Island (@stoneisland_official) on Dec 12, 2017 at 8:14am PST. For now, shop similarly snake-heavy pieces from her "Observed" merch drop. Loved by the likes of Sita Abellan, Hailey Beiber and Caroline Vreeland, GCDS is a digital project born in Italy and named after a Milanese party called Giuro Che Domani Smetto (or, "I swear I’ll stop tomorrow"). The designer slash DJ delivers graphic tees, hoodies, sneakers and accessories with a darker aesthetic, that easily double up as clubwear. Snake charm bracelet, approximately $55 at Sita Abellan. The last two years, however, have reaffirmed Milan and Italy as one of the key creative origins of the streetwear universe. Stone Island's streetwear legacy dates back to the early 80s and the OG Paninaro, when it was founded by Massimo Osti. A post shared by Marcelo Burlon County Of Milan (@countyofmilan) on Oct 26, 2018 at 3:39am PDT. The 2018 reboot is a lot less feminine, and a whole lot more street too. EDITOR'S PICK: While not technically run out of Milan, Aries was co-founded by Italian streetwear designer Sofia Prantera.