Ennio Capasa made his point crystal-clear with the first few looks for the C’N’C collection. For spring, Capasa’s secondary line was for city slickers, the kind you might find sprinting down a Manhattan avenue, or, better yet, through the crowds at Milan’s Piazza del Duomo, where the show was held. Backstage, the designer explained he was going for a “sportswear and sensual” vibe with zippy, emerald green hooded tops, jackets and trousers with black leather panel details, and graphic madras prints for blouses and a casual shirtdress. They added to the collection’s men’s wear feel, though color combinations like a nude blouse with pink pants added a more feminine touch.

Ennio Capasa made his point crystal-clear with the first few looks for the C’N’C collection. For spring, Capasa’s secondary line was for city slickers, the kind you might find sprinting down a Manhattan avenue, or, better yet, through the crowds at Milan’s Piazza del Duomo, where the show was held. Backstage, the designer explained he was going for a “sportswear and sensual” vibe with zippy, emerald green hooded tops, jackets and trousers with black leather panel details, and graphic madras prints for blouses and a casual shirtdress. They added to the collection’s men’s wear feel, though color combinations like a nude blouse with pink pants added a more feminine touch.

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