More and more designers are opening up as we move away from what could be termed a black-out as the global pandemic Coronavirus halted majority of the industries worldwide including the fashion industry. A lot of Fashion weeks, shows, trunk shows, fashion presentations etc suffered as a result thereby resulting to 97% virtual presentation which has caused a lot to loose jobs but in a way we all can agree that this is the future and to be able to be relevant in this uncertain times means you would have to move with the changes and adapt and Zimmermann is one of such designers leading the way.

Australian sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann founded their eponymous label in Sydney in 1991. Zimmermann has since become a beloved fashion and lifestyle brand known for its resort-wear, and in their typical work output they decided to front one of the leading Black models from South Sudan resident in Melbourne Adut Akech Bior as the leading lady for the Resort 2021 collection trust this time when we say the whole collection is perfectly divine, the resort collection plays with colors, something that cannot be overlooked when you glance through each piece, the designers also made sure to go subtle by incorporating one of the styles that has been relegated to the back for a very long time but definitely making a come back Floral. The fluidity with the piece is something to recommend.

In all honesty, we are not here for the western brands, however, Adut did shine tremendously making these outfits the apple of an eye. View the collection below;

 

watch the Resort Collection starring Adut Akech Bior

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