Sunday, January 16, 2011

#1675 Costume National rebels

Photos: Katherine Lowe

Rebellious tailoring was the inspiration behind Ennio Capasa's Costume National show today, in a collection that combined technically advanced fabrics with a dash of fragility. So what makes a menswear rebel? Eliminating shirts from one's wardrobe, according to Capasa. His substitute for the male staple came in the form of ultralight knitwear – striped and colour-blocked turtlenecks, v-necks and crewnecks in super-fine mohair and shetland wool.

These were worn beneath techno suits with hidden zip closures (removing the need for buttons), and super-reinforced leather jackets that wouldn't have looked out of place in a Michael Jackson video. Or on Blade Runner. Coats stole the show – my favourite was charcoal with blue and red checks. Made from heavy wools, each featured a contrast-colour-edging that gave them a perfectly unfinished, finished look. It was a clever detail; one that just about made up for that distinct lack of shirts.
















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2 comments:

Jimmy said...

second picture of the black suit must be the worst constructed suit I've seen in a long time..............

rayban said...

Ray Ban サングラスのことについて、アウトドアやファッションのことはもっとも流行る話題になるそうだ。釣りや山登りに行くなら、レイバン
aviatorはまさにふさわしいと思われる。冬にスキーに行くなら、サングラスも必要だと言われます。みんなに、このレイバン RB3025をススメしたいと思う。OHno