“I call this collection ‘Sophisticated Freedom’ because it is all about the freedom at the roots of the Costume National brand,” said the designer Ennio Capasa in a preview of his Spring Summer 2015 show. He hit upon the darker color palette ( chocolate brown, black, indigo, purple,dust blue) that is sweeping through the shows during Milan Fashion Week, he is also very much in tune with the moods of the season: suede with soft leather, double silk cotton and silk georgette, double viscose canvas paired with silk cady, ribbon embroideries on tulle, technological fibers, maxi fringes and techno macramè.
The designer made all these tendencies his own by folding them into the refined core code of the Costume National house: Capasa continues to prove that rock ‘n’roll style will never die, not as long as he is around. The use of asymmetry is the expedient to make this collection feels modern. Fringing was both controlled as trim on a tailored jacket and left gogo girl wild as “skirts” on eveningwear. Shoes are both high and low, in black cowhide and dark brown with ankle straps or with geometric padding.
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