Moving his dark, new wave message from fall further into the post-punk movement, Ennio Capasa’s collection for Costume National was tightly focused and laced with great details like asymmetric or raw-edged hems on sheaths and tops, along with straps and grommets on jackets, waistbands and accessories. This was nostalgia done well as Capasa wisely kept his shapes lean and wearable, worked in fluid viscose, silk and crepe, with a heady dose of leather.

Moving his dark, new wave message from fall further into the post-punk movement, Ennio Capasa’s collection for Costume National was tightly focused and laced with great details like asymmetric or raw-edged hems on sheaths and tops, along with straps and grommets on jackets, waistbands and accessories. This was nostalgia done well as Capasa wisely kept his shapes lean and wearable, worked in fluid viscose, silk and crepe, with a heady dose of leather.

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