Pure yet not unadulterated romance is a description that seems to match Zimmermann for the season AW18/19.
On her piece about this very collection, Suzy Menkes of Vogue serves us the much possible explanation behind Jeremy Scott’s thoughts on a plate – if there’s any explanation or any reason for it at all.
So, according to Suzy, Scott’s recent collection was all about the current or future state of the U.S / the world. And by that we mean the state that Donald Trump’s election brought along or the one that the media (social or not) have established.
As Wikipedia explains, Cinq à sept – pronounced “sank-ah-set” – is a “Quebec French term for a social gathering that takes place after work and prior to the dinner hours (roughly between 5 and 7 p.m.). It may bring together friends or colleagues or may be organized around a specific event, such as a book launch or vernissage.” However, the Urban Dictionary (or the sassy street Wiki, as I like to think of it) informs us that “Cinq à sept is a French term for a visit to one’s mistress.” I think I like that second meaning a bit more #heheh.