February 17, 2015

NYFW Fall 2015: Zimmermann's Throwback to the 70's

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Nicky Zimmerann debuted her namesake Fall 2015 collection on a bitterly cold Friday afternoon at the ArtBeam in Chelsea. The room was light and bright (as well as warm), which set up to be the perfect backdrop to her collection's heavy influenced 1970's silhouettes and 60's interior design colors. Though this was a fall collection there was no shortage of pastel colors and flowing gowns.
Zimmermann is known for her feminine boho chic vibe with a heavy had for dramatics. This Fall she shows us New Yorkers that Fall doesn't mean dark tone colors, that we can break out of our black coats and wear some colored ones. This collection was right up my ally, I'm probably one of the few on a New York City train that can be spotted with a bright colored coat in the dead of winter. It was hard to pick out a few of my favorite pieces from this collection to display on the blog A couple of my favorite pieces (that can be seen above) were the pastel pink coat, the mint lace dress, and the patched flowing dress. What you can't see from the picture of the printed patchwork dress is that the back as this magnificent back cutout and the ruffles on the front are mirrored on the back above the cutout. The movement of this dress was so graceful. Models donned wide brim hats that matched those bohemian 60/70s vibe going on...I wouldn't mind getting my hands on one of these as well. What do you think of Zimmermann's Fall 2015 collection?

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