I started off my 5th day of NYFW going to the Zimmermann show (one of my favorite designers)! The day worked perfectly because I had some shows in the morning and night, so in the afternoon I spent time working on a few exciting projects :) Stay tuned! Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel because I will be posting a new vlog soon. Check out everything I did during NYFW day five below:
Zimmermann is one of my favorite designers. I love how feminine yet sophisticated the clothes are. The clothing style and fabrics used create such a romantic vibe.
The spring RTW 2018 collection was inspired by the 60's and 70's. Specifically images of the sunny, beachside strip called the Gold Coast in Australia and the name of the collection is Goldentime. I loved the shirt dresses and full skirts seen throughout the collection. White was used a ton throughout the show, the models wore flats and wedges with the outfits, it made each piece look so effortless and cool- especially the detailed ear jewelry was so amazing!
Check out a few pieces I am currently loving from their current season:
Zimmermann dressed me for the show and I loved the jumpsuit I wore. It was such an easy and comfortable piece to wear with a backless vibe. My favorite details were the long sleeves, sheer top and of course, the floral print.
Check out what I wore below:
Bag: ROGER VIVIER
After Zimmermann, I headed over to the Rosie Assoulin presentation. Rosie is known for her retro meets modern and eveningwear meets daywear fashion approach. I was obsessed with the silhouettes of all the dresses this season. There was a gorgeous yellow dress with white lace that was my favorite. The bold colors and simple detailing made the collection so wearable and chic.
Check out a few of my favorite current pieces:
The Veronica Beard spring 2018 collection was inspired by 1970s Acapulco. The collection was filled with glamour and effortless jet-set style. I loved the bold colors and jean silhouettes with embellishment.
Below are a few pieces I'm currently loving:
My final show of the day was Zero + Maria Cornejo. The brand is know for their draped dresses and jumpsuits. Their designs have a very minimalist aesthetic.
The collection this year was inspired by the brand's archives- the clothes were supposed to recreate the sense of youthfulness and freedom. Many of the clothes were revamped with fabrics and colors. The designer offered loose silhouettes that were still very elegant.
Check out a few of my favorite pieces from the current collection: