Costume National Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – Milan Fashion Week
In the new classy Costume National spring/summer 2014 collection released at Milan Fashion Week you see the hot combination of Italian atmosphere with French elegancy. More than 20 years in fashion business have surely given enough sophistication, classiness and subtle taste to Ennio Capasa to create such attractive and high-class looks. The designer is finally ready for his runway show back home in the extravagant city of Milan, which he had left for the past 2 decades. With the most positive and hopeful intentions to remake Milan the fashion world capital, he bravely does the first step and presents his stunning and seductive collection.
The enormously huge glass building, where the runway show of Costume National was held pointed out the pureness and clear transparency of the show.
The big random cuts make the looks hot and just Italian! The colors are classy white and black giving the models a formal and yet inviting. The very first look presented is the enticing image of a strict lover. Black pants and a white jacket with a huge alluring cut are amazingly interesting and tempting. The combo has a little drawback though: you probably wouldn’t wear it to walk around the city, otherwise you should be ready to lead the enormous army of devoted followers.
The next looks are more modest and classier and you can easily wear them in public, nice cafés, restaurants or even on the red carpet. The perfect fitting knee-length white skirt with a lovely white shirt is the perfect look to go for your first romantic date. The long black skirt matched with the sailor like jacket is amazingly hot and feminine. If you choose to wear the black skirt with the leather jacket on the red carpet you can be sure to be intriguing, gripping and self-assured.
The provocative Madonna looks of the Costume National spring/summer 2014 collection will absolutely help you create the most wonderful and fun moments in your life being the charming center of everyone’s attention.
Photos courtesy of Vogue