Natasha Zinko went retro for fall, fusing Forties tailoring elements with the romance and innocence of the Eighties for her playful-yet-polished lineup of dresses, coats and separates. The upbeat music from the era played during the presentation, during which some models danced around.

Zinko’s use of feminine silhouettes from the Forties elevated the range and gave the outing a refined appeal. A lilac midi-length jersey plaid coat with wide shoulders was nipped at the waist with a black patent leather belt, while a yellow tweed jacket featured a swingy peplum silhouette.

She introduced shearling into her range via a reversible coat, worn over a fuchsia zip-front shirt, which was tucked into soft pink plaid ankle-length trousers. Tweed was also seen in an overcoat paired with a black patent-leather bustier dress.

The range was done up in a palette of bold hues in pink, green, violet, aqua and lilac.

By  on February 21, 2017

Natasha Zinko went retro for fall, fusing Forties tailoring elements with the romance and innocence of the Eighties for her playful-yet-polished lineup of dresses, coats and separates. The upbeat music from the era played during the presentation, during which some models danced around.

Zinko’s use of feminine silhouettes from the Forties elevated the range and gave the outing a refined appeal. A lilac midi-length jersey plaid coat with wide shoulders was nipped at the waist with a black patent leather belt, while a yellow tweed jacket featured a swingy peplum silhouette.

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