Thursday, February 2, 2012

Costume National F/W 2012: The Future is NOW!

Ennio Capasa for the past decade has been promoting his concept of 'EVOLUTION' while staying true to his core inspiration of Rock'n Roll in the Seventies.
Using today's technology to his advantage, Capasa creates minimalism with laser cut fabrics, pantone colors, and futuristic silhouettes for Costume National. Ankle cropped trousers, drop crotch pants, and double breasted jackets all came down the runway and right on trend for Costume National menswear F/W 2012 collection.
My favorite look of the collection is the opening look with the monotone beige cropped trousers, the knee length knit sweater, and two-button blazer. Though it's a bit monotone and plain, the chicness comes from its clean lines and modern textures.
Other key pieces that I found interesting throughout the collection are the forest green pieces, from trousers to tops and cropped jackets each ensemble screamed modern minimalism perfection.

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