Saturday, February 21, 2015

Zimmermann Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear #NYFW

"Backstage before her Fall show, Nicky Zimmermann referred to the parties she remembered her parents given during her childhood. That nostalgia yielded a focus on occasion dressing - no great shock coming from Zimmermann, whose lane has plenty of flair when it comes to the festive and more-is-more. Here were a heavy doe of '70s shapes and a palette inspired by '60s interior design: merlot, sea foam, tangerine, dove grey, rust… the list goes on. The brand's signature diaphanous gowns were out in full force, from a sorbet-hued paisley number with macramé panels along the sleeves and down the bust to an oxblood stunner of a finale look. They were nipped at the waist, flowing everywhere else, and shot through with miles of inset trims that have become such a prominent part of the Zimmermann designer vocabulary: gold rings, delicate looped cord, that aforementioned macramé. Many of the dresses also bore generous cutouts that felt like a boldly sexed-up move for the brand, to mixed effect." -

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