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...Ennio Capasa’s Spring/Summer 1997 show for Costume National was presented at London Fashion Week, The collection exuded a casual, cool, minimalist style. The show's signature look was the black trouser suit with a rock ’n’ roll edge...
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...Ennio Capasa’s Spring/Summer 1996 show for Costume National was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Consisting of mainly monochromatic looks with the exception of a few prints in relaxed silhouettes. The collection included straight pants...
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...Ennio Capasa's Spring/Summer 1998 show for Costume National was presented at Paris fashion week. Capasa's collection presented a contemporary minimalist style, through looks that were unembellished using a simple color palette of black...
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...Ennio Capasa’s Autumn/Winter 1996 show for Costume National was presented at Paris fashion week. Consisting of minimal lines and structured silhouettes, monochromatic structured coats and jackets were presented for both menswear...
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...Ennio Capasa’s Autumn/Winter 1997 show for Costume National was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection was minimal in nature with a wide range of black tailoring and mini dresses. The color palette featured white, black, gray...
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...Ennio Capasa's Spring/Summer 2000 show for Costume National was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Typical of the style of the label, the garments were minimal, slim fitting, with a limited color palette and black predominated...

The Shock of the New

Jay McCauley Bowstead

Jay McCauley Bowstead lectures in Cultural and Historical Studies at London College of Fashion and writes on design, gender and material culture. With a background in fashion he has worked for brands including Burberry and Les Chiffoniers, and for Anglo-Korean label Design Workers. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Menswear Revolution : The Transformation of Contemporary Men’s Fashion

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018

Book chapter

...This chapter focuses on developments in men’s fashion since 2010, a period of unprecedented market expansion and unparalleled creative vitality in the discipline. McCauley Bowstead describes how designers like Lucas Ossendrijver, Juun J...

Disciplinary Discourses

Jay McCauley Bowstead

Jay McCauley Bowstead lectures in Cultural and Historical Studies at London College of Fashion and writes on design, gender and material culture. With a background in fashion he has worked for brands including Burberry and Les Chiffoniers, and for Anglo-Korean label Design Workers. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Menswear Revolution : The Transformation of Contemporary Men’s Fashion

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2018

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...In the context of an increasingly dynamic market in men’s fashion, this chapter critiques the notion of menswear as an inherently conservative form and of masculinity as a unitary, coherent, immutable identity. McCauley Bowstead explores...