Costume National – Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-to-Wear
Chic minimal fashion details – Costume National Spring 2016
For Spring/Summer 2016 collection, Creative Director of Costume National, Ennio Capasa, was inspired by Italian “film noir”, but mostly by Michelangelo Antonioni.
“The set of a modern film noir. Dim light. Chiaroscuro contrasts. The Adventure by Antonioni or A Bigger Splash by Guadagnino. Women that hide more than they reveal, women with a secret heart. Sensual and chic. A silver shimmer, a flash of red and roles change”. This is how Ennio Capasa describes his collection, which borrows from a man’s wardrobe.
Pieces like shirts or a pants suit were reinterpreted in an easy and relaxed form in fiery red or a cropped jacket and fitted trousers in a pinstriped fabric.
Capasa presented both a man and woman collection by using three specific colors: black, white and red. Minimalism at its finest!
Source: Style.com/ Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com