Costume National


“The essence of COSTUME NATIONAL HOMME for the Summer 2013 lies in the new wave and post punk movement which, to date, is still full of vitality and one of my main sources of inspiration.

As the soundtrack for this runway show, I chose a brand new song by Angus Stone, one from The Liars, and a fragment of David Bowie’s African Night Flight, inspired by a trip he made from London to Mombasa.  The COSTUME NATIONAL HOMME man moves in a lightweight black leather sahariana, or in a super tailored, seamless laser cut suit in cotton silk.  This is how the rebel chic attitude is at once conveyed, and the story that I tell and that tells me, inevitably unfolds”       -    Ennio Capasa, designer


Fabrics and Leather

Traditional and innovation

Linen Viscose and silk mixed with synthetic fiber and metal

Acetate and nylon

Japanese polyester with fine titles

Exclusive designs on rustic fabrics

Tone on tone Prince of Wales Check and Chevron Stripes

Double ply Cottons and Shirt Fabrics that resemble jacket fabrics

Colours;   White, Stone, Alabaster, Lapis, Navy, Carbon, Black


Mix of  silhouettes

Sartorial and unstructured with loose fit shoulders

Mini and maxi bomber jackets

Bomber jackets which turn into bags, combined with super slim safari jackets

Studded leather and wool viscose

Shirts and knits

Knitwear mixed with nylon and polyester

Knit and poplin shirts combined with technical fabrics


In two different fits

Oversized pleated and slim

Double face shorts

Oversized shorts which turn into bags


Unstructured with pouch construction</