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Zadig & Voltaire- Women's & Men's Autumn/Winter 2019 Ready-to-Wear Show in New York (with interview)

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Creative director: cecilia bönströminspiration: after showing in paris last december, zadig & voltaire return to new york with their 2 ambassadors eva herzigova and hailey rhode bieber on the front row. in manhattan, the french brand is ready to shine in the night choosing the mythical club from the 80s/90s in new york, the tunnel as their location. in this mixed collection, we find the z&v codes and a play on masculine/feminine and softness versus sensuality.collection: sequins adorn boots and bags and completely cover dresses.the suit trouser turned cool is present throughout the collection worn with creased shirts, bow ties and lace tops.knit adds a touch of comfort and is worn with ease and in colours. overcoats in faux fur and leather jackets are a must-have.note: the collaboration with nba from which many pieces contain the iconic symbol of various basketball teams, from chicago to la lakers.interview with cecilia bönström:we wanted to mix glitter, parties and the carefreeness of the evening with the italian wool and understated but smart suits. when i started my collection, i said that it was chic but destroyed. chic because of the tailoring and destroyed because the tuxedo shirts are creased and the knit is damaged, so we have mixed the codes.knit has always been important for zadig & voltaire, it was the start of the brand, and now, we have been able to mix it with tailoring and denim. knit is very renewable with new threads and surprising mixes as well as with the nba collaboration that comes in intersia. i was really lucky to be able to work with nba and to have the opportunity to choose the logos that correspond to me the most and to try new techniques to express the world of sport but in a more chic way.music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).