by Rosaly Escueta
“Bikers, Native Americans, musicians, vintage clothing with today sharpness, tailoring and technology. I worked on melting many of the elements that always inspired me, slightly balancing them in a different way, to create the cool icons of CoSTUME NATIONAL today.”
– Ennio Capasa, designer
I guess that two liner is the best parting point for the collection. Admittedly the suede and nappa leather pieces with fringes are quite my favorite. The materials are a fusion of fabric and leather with the use of 3D print. Dominant colors are chalk white, turquoise, flame red and black. While outerwears are mostly techno vintage, short trench with rubber coated and zipped pockets, slim fit fringe jackets and skinny blazer with stick-welding laser cut pockets. Cowboy boots with edged pointy soles and inclined heels for shoes and bags made in suede and black calf, carryall and messengers are some highlights. I guess the mask integrated sunglasses are a grab!
While for me, I tried to dressed in my most comfort, wearing a bi-color body top from Wolford and beige plexiglass necklace from Coccinelle a custom made Etro skirt for me and my Gioseppo sandals, as my new entry. Special thanks to Jacopo Marchetti for styling my look for the second day. I think the colors that I am wearing are all in perfect harmony. Any thoughts?
Gioseppo sandals buy HERE
Wolford body top
custom made Etro skirt
photos from 1-3 Giorgio Gazzaniga
photos from 4-8 Camera Moda
photos from 9-15 Rosaly Escueta