Sep 14, 2017 | By Sarah Owen
“Thirty-six ideas for the future” was the name that Ennio Capasa gave to his collection for Costume National. For Capasa that future is immersed in ideas of ecology and sustainability. He used recycled fabrics, specifically a silk bamboo and a sheer aluminum without sacrificing an inch of modern sophistication. He indulged in another theme that is emerging in Milan (seen at both Prada and McQueen), which is to layer with both sheer and opaque shirts and even jackets adding a further depth and dimension to the look; appearing to be complex, isn’t that what’s important these days?
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