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Style: Dressed up and maximal
As one of the founders of The Attico, Giorgia’s style naturally reflects the aesthetic of the brand – think 80s-inspired shoulder pads and pops of acid brights, with short hemlines and towering heels to highlight her mile-long legs.
Style: Boho eclectic
As the founder of knitwear brand Alanui and fashion editor at Vogue Japan, Carlotta Oddi’s fashion credentials are undeniable. With an eclectic approach to dressing, you’re just as likely to see her in a paisley print kimono as you are a preppy tweed jacket – if there’s anyone that knows how to mix and match, it’s her.
Style: Androgynous monochrome
Street style favourite Erika’s style is predominantly monochrome, with a focus on boxy tailoring, oversized sweats and chunky footwear. Denim features heavily, too, juxtaposed with a bustier top and bralet for a subtle injection of femininity.
Style: Accessories focussed
Sister of Giorgia, Giulia Tordini’s style is more relaxed than her sibling’s. While she still favours a short skirt, expect a more pared-back aesthetic, with an emphasis on great jewellery – unsurprising, given the fact she’s the founder of label Leda Madera.
Style: Colourful and quirky
While not Italian by birth (she was born in Jamaica and raised in New York), Tamu McPherson now resides in Milan and brings her colourful, quirky style to the city’s streets. Unafraid to pair colours and prints that shouldn’t really work together, Tamu regularly throws out the fashion rule book to wear what she loves, with some seriously joy-sparking results.