2016 Resort

Costume National

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Costume National Resort 2016

Costume National Resort 2016

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Costume National Resort 2016

Designer Ennio Capasa drew on both masculine and feminine influences for resort, with a Seventies influence.

A Seventies influence ran through Ennio Capasa’s resort collection for Costume National, from wide-leg pants to fringed jackets in black and camel-colored suede, with select styles toughened up with circular “piercing” hardware.

 

Men’s wear silhouettes dominated — from leather bomber jackets, some of which featured 3-D embossing and elasticized netting at the trim, to three-piece suiting offered in red, black and deconstructed pinstripes. A vested dress with a pleated skirt was a nice play on the lineup’s masculine/feminine influences. Capasa also drew from Daniel Libeskind, pulling a few patterns and prints from the architect’s strange geometry.

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