A dialogue between the Seventies rock’n’roll and minimalism: the spring-summer 2015 signed Costume National.
Today’s woman? Free and sophisticated. A fusion of rock and roll and minimalist couture. Words of Ennio Capasa, and well made: the ones seen on the catwalk for the collection Spring-Summer 2015 Costume National, a brand beloved by stars of our house and around the world who is among his most famous admirers none other than Mick Jagger and Lady Gaga.
A line for the designer admitted himself, continues the work of the Resort views in NY last June. And that has its roots in a certain experimentalism dated 70’s-the decade in these fashion weeks seems definitely go for more – and strives to Stonehenge free music festivalera.
So, on the catwalk parade through the ss 2015 dresses with sharp and asymmetrical cuts, long vest, pants and shorts in high waist and high, mini skirts but also long, sheath dresses in techno lace macramé. The palette includes a long, long chocolate (ie, suede ), blue, purple plum and so much black for evening outfits, rich chiffon and fringes.
About fringes, that parade after parade are applying more and more seriously to be among the major trends for next summer just to the clothing as for accessories: a which is supported and alternate details that evoke the style National Costume of the beginning: belts high with large buckles and holes-porthole metal.
The hippie reminiscences are desaturated, deconstructed and reconstructed along with more urban and modern features, almost grunge. And so the years’ 10s have a taste of the 70 renovated, more essential, minimal and a severe pinch-but then, in times like these…. It will like it as well as many in the roaring seventies were not even born.