June 2014

By Marcellous L. JONES

Milan, Italy – Costume National goes the way of I-Cowboy for SS 2014. Artistic Director Enio Capasa’s interpretation of this is that of the spirit of a modern cowboy who is simply looking for new frontiers.  We see the designer add in leather perfectos with quilted shoulders, lots of hats and shoes. White gets its fair share attention this season it is used in elegant, yet simple looks in linen.  Fringes too decorate the tops of the leather shirts with short sleeves.  The trench coats are a bit short cropped ending only halfway down the calves.

I-Cowboy goes the way of Vegas as well. We see him in an electric light tinted teal suit with short-cropped jacket.  He really brings in the flash with a blinding-gold suit that makes one do a double take in pleasant surprise.

Capasa wraps the collection with slim cut trousers in the last tuxedo looks. All in all, this is a collection well worthy of to bearing the Costume National label.

COSTUME NATIONAL Spring/Summer 2014

COSTUME NATIONAL Spring/Summer 2014