At Costume National, a return to the roots to be closer to the DNA of the brand. Paris Modes TV's editor in chief Sophie de Champsavin shared her impressions on the presentation.
Ennio Capasa puts the accent on a sartorial spirit and a controlled femininity with highly worked materials and punctuate his wardrobe with numerous details.
The silhouettes are dominated by a standout color: the black. A luminous black, however, and with multiple reflections. Silver metal piercings adorn a leather biker jacket and a sleeveless jacket. Coats, and jackets are finished with satin lapels. The pinstriped suits with deconstructed cuts are the masculine touch of the show. From zips across a dress, to an asymmetrical top.
A collection where individuality is the focus. Costume National imposes nothing but offers a multitude of options for the woman who can reveal her true personality.