The Zimmermann models shone under the spotlights of the catwalk with their metallic fabrics combined with gauze, embroidery and ornate fabrics. The volumes of the garments, many asymmetrical, contrasted with the delicate details and femininity of the silhouettes.
In order not to overshadow the collection, stylist Rodney Cutler chose to collect the models' hair in simple low ponytails and give them texture with a Redken spray. "The clothes are so elaborate that we wanted simple hair," says Cutler. “They are tails with movement, a strong silhouette that gives them a sophisticated air when the models walk. The key is to collect the hair well on the sides and secure the ponytail at the nape of the neck.
In makeup, CK One artist Jodie Boldan also opted for simplicity. "It is a futuristic psychedelic look with metallic details," she explained about the golden balls that she placed in the lower part of the eye of the models matching the shadows. "It is about showing beautiful skin highlighting the eyes, eyebrows and cheekbones."