13 Items Italian and L.A. Fashion Girls Will Buy in Droves Today

Two wildly popular brands have teamed up for what could be one of the best collaborations of 2019. The sustainable, L.A.-based Re/Done and Italian It brand The Attico just released a '70s- and '80s-inspired collection filled with glamorous pieces, mostly consisting of reworked vintage (along with a few new graphic tees and cargo pants).

In keeping with Re/Done's commitment to upcycling, the brands took vintage floral dresses and Levi's denim pieces, repurposing them into 13 one-of-a-kind items that will please their Italian and L.A. fans equally (as well as their fans everywhere else, naturally).

For the campaign, there was no reason to look further than Attico founders and designers Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini. (You'll see why below.) Speaking of Ambrosio and Tordini, Re/Done co-founder Sean Barron remarked via a press release, "We had an instant connection with Gilda and Giorgia," Adding, "The quick friendship unfolded organically. Both of our brands are inspired by vintage designs and we knew right away that we wanted to create something cool together." And although Attico's Italian aesthetic is clearly present in the collection, Giorgia and Gilda shared that it "takes shape out in the streets of Los Angeles, one of our favorite places to go for inspiration and which we feel very close to."

The collection, which is already starting to sell out after just being released this morning, consists of floral dresses, cargo pants, embellished denim, and covetable graphic tees. Scroll to see the campaign starring Ambrosio and Tordini, and shop our favorite pieces from the special collaboration.

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico

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Pierre-Ange Carlotti for Re/Done x The Attico