Natasha Zinko’s Resort 2025 Collection Is An Outerspace Paradise

The Central St. Martin's graduate delivers a moody, retrofuturistic collection to Fashion Week.

For her Resort 2025 collection, Natasha Zinko is shooting her vision across the galaxy.

Drawing inspiration from retrofuturism, the London-based designer brings an edgy grit to the extra-terrestrial, adopting a grunge, dystopian flair. Across, the Central St. Martin’s graduate utilises raw hems, lived-in denim and tie-up features to create a distressed, DIY finish. Elsewhere, the collection sees Zinko experiment with structured silhouettes, creating her very one spacesuit from a belted, oversized trench coat featuring a fitted headpiece. Interwoven throughout, the use of buckles and straps emphasises Zinko’s bold, punkish energy, ensuring a playful, brazen approach to shape and tailoring.

Chunky furs, corseted designs and ‘no trouser’ pieces unveil an alternative facet to the capsule, managing a contrast between luxury fashion and street style. Footwear is kept sharp and elongated, paired with skin-tight leg-warmers, whilst cropped padded jackets are layered over half-length leather bottoms to create all-year-round looks. From beginning to end, colourways are kept muted and mostly monochrome, steering towards a more moody, versatile wardrobe.

Previewed during Fashion Week, Natasha Zinko is building an alternative universe with her latest collection, highlighting her strengths in structure, tailoring and attention to detail.

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