May 01, 2012 12:05PM

Zimmermann: MBFWA Review and Gallery

Patchwork floral, fine fishnet mesh, paint-splattered silk.

Zimmermann showed at MBFWA at 9 am today, and to reward everyone for their early morning fashionz efforts there were plates upon plates of pastries and freshly-squeezed orange juice. Held at Koskela, the venue was white and bright, and the clothes — styled by Tamila Purvis — were pretty and pastel. Patchwork floral, fine fishnet mesh, paint-splattered silk and a perforated circular lattice fabric were pervasive through the Cruise collection, called 'Clique Clique'. There was also some cooler, more 'edgy' (ew — that word, not the clothes!) pieces, like oversized silk hoodies and pedal pushers teamed with cap-toed pumps.

Three words:
Galloping white horse.
 
Overheard in the front row:
"Babe, add me on Facebook."
"Did you eat one of the ham and cheese croissants?"
 
 
Photography by Ryan Kenny using a Canon 5D Mark ll.
 

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