Zadig & Voltaire does girl power with ‘Me Too’
One witnessed a significant French victory in Chelsea as blue skies returned to Manhattan and Zadig & Voltaire staged a high-octane, rip-roaring Girl Power collection with a telling soupcon of ‘Me Too’ empowerment. The key to the collection was the gal rifling through her boyfriend’s wardrobe, but making every piece she pinched into something bold.
On each seat, lay a t-shirt designed by Italian photographer Micol Sabbadini of the March 2017 ‘Women’s March’, a capsule collection whose proceeds go to the organisation ‘Every Mother Counts’.
There was even a ‘Trash & Vaudeville’ moment of big cat prints
Prince of Wales double-breasted jackets were borrowed from a lover boy and worn as mini cocktails; a leggy look and all the better for it. It was all very racy, yet never cheap, in a clever visual balancing act. Not that the men in this joint show were shy types either; typified by the rockstar-red plaid patch pocket faux shearling that cried out to be worn with a lead guitar.
There was even a ‘Trash & Vaudeville‘ moment of big cat prints for dresses, boots and soft Rider bags, which could have been naff but ended up being fun.
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