The Zimmermann Spring 2021 RTW collection features buoyant and diaphanous looks, balanced against crisp, masculine tailoring. The Sydney-born brand partnered with the National Library of Australia to bring ten of these works to life in various prints in the collection.
“We often start a collection with a focus on print and this season I wanted to work with botanical art with an Australian focus – the unique floral shapes and the unexpected color combinations,” said Nicky.
Zimmermann translated these references into bold floral and bird prints on ruffled tops and maxidresses, and playful 3D flower appliqués on other blouses and billowy frocks. A long crochet pencil skirt and laser-cut lace crop top with butterfly embroidery stood out for their interesting textures. Bermuda shorts, loosely cut linen trousers, and cotton button-downs added an air of minimalism to the otherwise vibrant lineup.
Girly styles were grounded with sheer, papery organdy, clean-cut silhouettes and suiting in a neutral, milky palette. Midriffs were paired with matching full skirts and offset with Western-inspired boots, while lightweight pajama sets in silk faille took luxury loungewear to another level. Natural elements in the form of agate charm bracelets, leather rope belts and woven raffia separates gave the collection an earthy feel.
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