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C'N'C Costume National: Designer At Work Ennio Capasa - Fall 2011 | Fashion

http://www.FTV.com/videos MILAN - FashionTV is backstage at the CNC Costume National show where head designer Ennio Capasa tells us a little more detail about the collection. "My starting point to redefine the modernism of today is to redefine the graphicism of the '60s, which I found very interesting because it was the first time the culture tried to be essential and modern. And I like this approach..." he says.The label showcases uniquely cut dresses which are shaped in an A-line and coats that look like a cross between a trench and a park. It has interesting shoulders and big pockets. "I tried to mix modernism with the sense of travel and with a sense of useful clothes like the parka," He adds a creative kick to very useful pieces.

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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2011

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Tags fall, winter, fashion, 2011, modern, 2012, f-w, 60s, coats, fashiontv, ftv, fashion-tv, ennio, capasa

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