Italian 3DC Retrospective's both sustainable and rebellious.
During our season in Milan, which you can recall here, we had contact with creatives from all areas and we were introduced to the future . In the coming days of style, there is no room for clothing divided by gender, lack of authenticity, and above all, negative environmental impact.
Among those incredible creatives was Tony, one of the creators of the subversive-punk-conscious Italian brand 3DC Retrospective . Alongside Jemma Giudice, Amedeo Cianfrone, and Rose Greenfield, they’ve built a community in which each piece has personality and purpose.
If you read our article about Måneskin, you already know that the era of conscious and inclusive punk has arrived strong in Italy, and 3DC Retrospective has a key role in building that path.
“3DC Retrospective is a wardrobe of unique clothes from the past, the result of meticulous research that took years."
"Each piece is selected and personalized with a precise vision in mind, which, on the one hand, reflects timeless elegance, typical of Italian tailoring, and on the other hand, creates an impulse for the future through the communicative power of colors and symbols of violent visual impact.” Tony told us in Milan.
The brand may be considered recent when compared to other saturated and environmentally harmful names , but this doesn’t rule out a commitment to Italian heritage . Tailored blazers are mixed with leather in cutouts, as well as shoes with fire prints that move between tradition and pulsating freshness.
Subversive, yet ethical and concerned about quality , 3DC Retrospective manages to balance these extremes without clinging to norms.
"I always try to balance different shapes, colors, and concepts so that each element does not prevail over the other and can coexist in harmony with one another ." Completed Tony.
With 100% recycled materials, as well as leather, the brand naturally represents the new high-standard in style for Gen Z: authentic, sustainable, and built to last.
“Each of us on this planet can do our part, and the 3DC Retrospective does that by supporting the world that supports us . Respect others to ensure they do the same, imagining that even soulless things have meaning. Reconsider the things that already exist, giving them a second eternal life.”
If rewriting fashion responsibly and inclusively is an act of rebellion, 3DC Retrospective invented rebellion.
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