C'N'C CoSTUME NATIONAL is created as a specific and trend-oriented line for younger people. Birthed in 2004, and designed by Ennio Capasa, C'N'C CoSTUME NATIONAL features a collection of street-style clothes complete with accessories and shoes for both men and women.
The designer for C'N'C CoSTUME NATIONAL, Ennio Capasa completed his studies at Milan's Belle Arti Academy in 1982, obtaining his degree with a thesis on Russian constructivism. His fascination with design in its most pure and essential nature led him to move to Japan where he lived for three years working as an assistant to Yohji Yamamoto. Upon his return to Italy, he founded CoSTUME NATIONAL with his brother Carlo. The name was inspired by a book on French uniforms. The first collection showcased in Milan, immediately defines Capasa's inimitable style: Essential and sophisticated. The press called it "Edgy-Chic".
C'N'C CoSTUME NATIONAL's approach is to work with an item's authentic nature and blending street and couture with day and evening wear elements. C'N'C CoSTUME NATIONAL favors designs with a lean silhouette close-cut to the body and emphasizing the neck, shoulders, and hips, with careful use of color favoring dark and natural tones.