Moncler CEO Remo Ruffini Brought A 49% Stake In Emerging Womenswear Label Attico

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Attico Fall 2018 Ready-To-Wear.

ITALY — Moncler‘s CEO Remo Ruffini recently brought a 49% stake in emerging womenswear label Attico. via the Archive company.

Archive announced the acquisition in a press release issued on October 8. The operation, as indicated in the press release, “is fully consistent with the diversification strategy of Archive, whose mission is to invest in ready-to-wear fashion, as well as in the food and hotel industries.”

Archive is an independent company managed by Stefano Marcovaldi and wholly owned by Ruffini Partecipazioni Holding, a holding company whose president is none other than Remo Ruffini.

Attico was launched in February 2016 by two young Italian designers: Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini.

Attico, the Italian word for penthouse, is a collection of standout pieces inspired by the classic peignoir but designed to be flaunted. Dripping with artisanal detail, each piece embodies a woman from a different city, modern muses with nostalgic cigarette taste.

The brand sells notably via the Mytheresa, Net-a-porter, Matchesfashion and Farfetch e-tail sites.

Attico Fall 2018 Ready-To-Wear.

Photos Credit: Courtesy of Attico

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