Costume National's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection brought chicness, sensuality and strong sexiness through gorgeously made designs that capture the main trends of this year like leather, V-neck, fur, sheer or fringe. Check out next this collection!
20 Mar, 2010
Costume National is one of the biggest names in Italian fashion industry. Ennio Capasa is the founder and head designer for this fashion brand that captures in essence the typical Italian style, where casual meets on sexy and feminine designs.
There's no surprise that the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection has the same concept of the line, the young sexy lady that catches attention through attitude and chicness on clothes followed up by the latest fashion trends.
Costume National's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear comes strong by bringing out a stunning collection that catches a chapter in a woman's life where day-to-night looks are a must-have. What starts with daily casual wear, next to business and work outfits for powerful women, ends up with evening looks, classy little black dresses or sexy skinny pants.
The chromatic theme chosen is not taken too far, but it accentuates the classical theme chosen and so the never dying black and brown or nude shades are a necessity.
Ennio Capasa brings out in this Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear collection for Costume National the latest fashion trends essential for this year: fur, sheer, fringe and leather.
The most looked up trend, in this season, by fashion designers was without a doubt, fur. On vests, jackets, skirts or bags, it didn't matter because it was everywhere. Ennio Capasa adapts this new trend his own way to match Costume National's style when it comes to their designs. Fur was used more as detail on jackets but we still got fur vest or winter coats.
In the end, Ennio Capasa pulled off another collection for Costume National that came out with new styles followed by the latest fashion trends. With a gorgeous line for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear, Capasa brought attention over the fashion brand this season too.