October 1, 2012

Asymmetry And Deconstruction In The Costume National Show

“When I started in the Nineties, the message of minimalism was very innovative. Now we need another minimalism. More technique, more ‘couture,’ more elegant.” With this idea in mind, Ennio Capasa imagined for Costume National a collection intensely marked by deconstruction and asymmetry, in a chromatic palette largely made up of black, white and navy, with just a splash of fiery red and fuchsia.

The looks, best described as bizarre-chic, were made up of skirts morphed into pants, with a single leg, T-shirts with a single arm and blazers with a single lapel, alternated with feminine looks, in the form of dresses with asymmetric hemlines.

A fresh and youthful collection, for the daring woman who isn’t afraid of taking a risk when it comes to fashion and looking stylish.

Photos courtesy of: fashionologie.com, style.com