An aesthetical blend inspired by eras, minimalism and Italian tailoring are three values passionately believed by Ennio Capasa. By sticking to these values throughout his career is why this brand he founded in 1986 has been able to navigate the mercurial fashion trends and competitive industry. The three core values seep into each fabric in his men’s and women’s line, and it’s their ability to remain intact that has led to Costume National’s longevity. A dark color palate reigns supreme in both lines while Capasa puts a modern twist onto classical pieces proven their reputation through eras of wear. Modern innovation has also played a contributing part for their longevity – Costume National’s collaboration with Kataweb for a menswear collection in 2000 was one of the first collections digitally streamed.