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The Italian Trade Commission is bringing a bevy of brands to Coterie this season, including these four standouts.
Bagutta began as a shirt brand in 1945. Today it produces both a men’s and womenswear collection, featuring classic tailored styles. The company remains in the family as well — it is currently run by Antonio Gavazzeni and his cousin Andrea.
The Venetian brand Seventy was founded in — you guessed it — 1970. The contemporary label produces a wide range of chic wares for men and women. In 2000 it also launched the diffusion line 19.70, offering a similar aesthetic at a lower price point.
3. Le Piacentini
Designers Alessandra and Francesca Piacentini started in fashion with their beachwear brand Miss Bikini Luxe. They have since turned their eyes to contemporary ready-to-wear with Le Piacentini. Looking for dresses and cute separates for parties? Le Piacentini has you covered.
Poggianti has been proudly made in Italy since 1958. The menswear company is particularly known for its bold shirts, which feature brightly colored prints and patterns. Fans have also come to expect luxurious fabrics, such as velvets, silk, and high-quality cottons.
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