Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Zac Posen

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Zac Posen RTW Spring 2015

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  • Zac Posen RTW Spring 2015
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  • Zac Posen RTW Spring 2015
  • Zac Posen RTW Spring 2015
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Zac Posen RTW Spring 2015

This season Zac Posen was going for an “inner Audrey Hepburn through the eyes of Marina Schiano doing Brancusi,” he said backstage.

This season Zac Posen was going for an “inner Audrey Hepburn through the eyes of Marina Schiano doing Brancusi,” he said backstage. Posen successfully translated the idea into Givenchy-in-the-Fifties cocktail dresses, with a black off-the-shoulder satin dress and a white cotton bustier look. To give the collection a modern touch, Posen used sculpted Neoprene on various exits. In juxtaposition to the heavy Neoprene, the designer offered several lightweight form-fitting dresses and gowns, often with English embroidery.

Though he has left behind some of his theatrics, a Zac show wouldn’t be complete without a grand finale, this one with model Anna Cleveland hamming it up for the photographers in a red strapless mermaid dress, followed by another model in a black Neoprene number that used the female form as a basis for gown as sculpture — with a train that’ll bring out a girl’s inner Brancusi.

The scuba fabric may be a tough sell; more successful were Posen’s pant-heavy day looks, with a black fitted jacket among the stronger pieces.

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