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This season, Zac Posen photographed his collection on model Guinevere Van Seenus. At 36, Van Seenus is an industry vet. “It was a dream,” Posen said yesterday in his studio. “So refreshing to see the clothing on a woman.” After all, “that’s who wears it.” It was no doubt refreshing, too, for Posen’s women to see that he’s carried the simplicity and streamlined nature of his fall offering into resort. For him, it’s lately been more about the cut of the clothing than the handiwork (pleats, folds, ruffles) embellishment of seasons past that had become his signature. They’re still there, of course, but in subtler ways: a white ’30s-style evening dress has its top shaped by small pleats; a long coral look gets a pretty capelet.
What’s new this season, though, is Posen’s use of neoprene (his is lined with organza)—on a very flattering fitted A-line dress and matching car coat; a flared skirt and tailored jacket suit combo; and a cropped boot-cut trouser, based on the tailoring of his own pants and appearing here at the “popular demand of the women in my studio.” Posen calls the pieces “glamorous, but relaxed at the same time.” The latter isn’t always a word you would have associated with him because that hasn’t always been his goal. But he’s right: There’s a lightness to his resort. It will be interesting to see where he takes it.
vogue.com review of the Zac Posen resort 2015 collection written by florence kane