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A. Naselli Borrows from the Bard for Nom de Plume Spring Summer 2011

By: trendstop.com - Published: • References: copenhagenfashionweek & blog.trendstop
Romeo, Romeo! Channel your inner bard with authentic period dressing, as Nom de Plume by A. Naselli takes the concept to a literal extreme during their Spring/Summer 2011 show at Copenhagen Fashion Week.

The name of the label derives from the Latin of 'penname' and Naseli, born in 1572 and an important figure in the development of the Commedia dell'arte. Oversized neck ruffles, frock coats detailed with gold buttons, and voluminous shirts create dramatic silhouettes that feel suitably authentic. The opulent red runways throws silhouettes and details into sharp relief, placing emphasis on the garments.

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