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Introducing LC23

For an outsider, especially an American, it is exceedingly difficult not to view Italy through the lens of the country’s imposing antiquity.  From the major stuff like Roman Ruins, cathedrals, and renaissance artworks to the prized cheese making techniques of out of the way villages, the country can appear to be one, gigantic open air museum.  If there is a drawback, it’s that even to people who are suitably awed by the weight of a couple of thousand years of culture; it can all come off as stuffy, and completely closed off from the modern world.
Considering that Italy is home to town squares that are several hundred years older than our entire country, it’s a fair enough train of thought, but it tends to distort the perceptions of Italy as an active contributor to modernism, the Italy that has been home to Ferrari, Fiat, Beretta, Futurism, Arrigo Sacchi’s AC Milan teams, Giorgio Moroder, Dario Argento, countless, gleaming chrome espresso machines, and the high fashion houses that have defined style around the world. 
Of course, the old and the new don’t have to be diametrically opposed to each other. Old or new, Italian design is a watchword for high quality. The eponymous brainchild of Bari born, Milan trained designer Leo Colacicco, LC23 combines handcrafted attention to detail with a thoroughly modern, vibrant, and youthful fashion sensibility.  In the crowded marketplace of contemporary streetwear, having something that sets you apart is always an important asset.  LC23’s Handmade With Love isn’t just a catchy slogan; it’s a philosophy that spurs the traditional values of Italian workmanship into new territory. 

See collection below.



Editorial Styled with LC23 alongside thrifted pieces, Perks and Mini, Sasquatchfabrix, Deathrites, Surf is Dead, and Pleasures.

Talent: Bambi