Milan Fashion Week Unveils Costume National Spring-Summer 2016 Collection

**[Video Title]:** Milan Fashion Week Backstage: Costume National Spring-Summer 2016 Collection

**[Video Description]:**

In this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, we take you backstage at Milan Fashion Week to get a glimpse of the captivating Costume National Spring-Summer 2016 Collection. Join us as we discover the inspiration behind this season’s designs and witness the creation of a unique style that blends elegance and mystery.

Costume National’s creative team aimed to evoke a sense of film noir with this collection, drawing inspiration from renowned films like Antonioni’s “L’Avventura.” The garments are designed to portray a woman who exudes emotion and sensibility, yet maintains a minimalist and chic aesthetic.

The combination of beautiful tailoring and soft, feminine fabrics creates a harmonious blend of romance and sophistication, redefining traditional designs. This season, Costume National introduces a touch of Romanticism, exploring new territories with breathtakingly beautiful dresses.

Join Magdalene and Nico, two of the models, as they share their looks for the show. Magdalene stuns in a simple yet elegant skirt and a translucent top, while Nico rocks an all-black ensemble, featuring a silk top adorned with polka dots and stylish high-waisted hot pants. Their attire reflects the perfect balance between simplicity and power, enhanced by carefully selected accessories.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness the mastery of Costume National. Watch the full video now, and immerse yourself in the world of fashion, beauty, and style at Milan Fashion Week.

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