Show notes said Ennio Capasa had “imagined a woman in a virtual metropolis” who is “post-punk, post-chic but above all technological.” Mission accomplished. Fabrics, like extra shiny, slick patent leather, seemed to take priority over flattering fit, as robust outerwear came in boxy shapes with diagonal zippers. It was futuristic and aggressive, avoiding conventional notions of femininity even by streetwear standards.

Show notes said Ennio Capasa had “imagined a woman in a virtual metropolis” who is “post-punk, post-chic but above all technological.” Mission accomplished. Fabrics, like extra shiny, slick patent leather, seemed to take priority over flattering fit, as robust outerwear came in boxy shapes with diagonal zippers. It was futuristic and aggressive, avoiding conventional notions of femininity even by streetwear standards.

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