Costume National Homme Spring 2014 Shakes up Suits
Creative Director Ennio Capasa supplies a striking man for Costume National Homme Spring 2014. Sprinkles of leather give that “Rebel Without A Cause” cool factor between all the suit looks. Though James Dean probably wasn’t this debonair, we imagine him as a 21st Century Costume National man. sweet-faced Tomek Szczukiecki steps out in an unbuttoned baby blue suit, sending that functional freedom that we love. Keeping the silhouette slim and centered on suiting, the collection ranges from muted to metallic in fabulous gold, and reaches every man in between.
The cowboy hats adds a country boy meets city slicker personality, who we both know are up to no good ! Lux leather is alive and well in this collection, and Costume National gives button downs an unexpected edge with the tough textile. Offering it as a fringed top with metal hardware and as tapered trousers is a bold choice, and a closet staple for any bad boy. Although, if you’re not prepared for such a step, we suggest throwing on any of their quilted Perfecto jackets. Above the ankle trousers are hot, and featured across the board in this collection, and will certainly keep you cool and looking clean for the hotter season.
The brand also brings brighter looks, and bright they are! A yellow and blue number are balanced with black cowboy hats, crew necks tops, and ankle boots. The gold suit is definitely electric and eye-catching, as the hue is even on the footwear. Toning the technicolor down, the collection becomes rougher in a refined way. A faded grey top and trousers under a black blazer channels that rugged guy. While a trench thrown over a paneled sheer, yes sheer, top shows that the modern man never leaves behind his inner wild child. Bold and blazing, fdmLOVES Costume National HommeSpring 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, Written by Mary Anderson.
Photos: Fashion Wire Press