FASHIONMilan Rising: 3 Designers Changing Italian Street StyleAs Milan Fashion Week gets underway, meet three designers who are captivating savvy Italian fashionistas.by Sarah Zendejas02.26.161Attico by Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia TordiniItalian street style darlings Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini came together this season to create Attico, a collection inspired by classic peignoirs. The duo’s contrasting aesthetics (straight off-the-runway for Ambrosio and more minimalist for Tordini) informed an array of slinky slip dresses and embroidered robes meant to capture the essence of the modern woman. We’ll be seeing this collection draped on fashion’s most photographed women soon – their sartorial influence is undeniable.2Attico by Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini.3Francesca Ruffini Stoppani of F.R.SThis is the third season that Francesca Ruffini presented F.R.S (For Restless Sleepers) at her home in Milan. The intimate pairings included classic palazzo pant pajamas, boxer shorts, tunics and robes – all in Como’s finest silks. Ruffini’s line continues to prove that pajama dressing has evolved from a flash-in-the-pan trend to a necessary luxury for every wardrobe.4Francesca Ruffini Stoppani of F.R.S.5__Ada Kokosar for H.T.C. Los AngelesItalian stylist and consultant Ada Kokosar collaborated with Hollywood Trading Company (better know as H.T.C.) to create a five-look capsule collection that was constructed from vintage items, in keeping with the brand’s tradition. Kokosar infused the pieces with her unyielding modernity while respecting the integrity of the textiles. The result? Classic silhouettes rendered in unique fabrics – she’s already patented a new material that bonds denim and leather.__6Ada Kokosar for H.T.C. Los Angeles.7Ada Kokosar for H.T.C. Los Angeles.