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Returns

Click here to submit an online return. A return request must be submitted to receive your refund within normal processing times.

This section of the policy is for In-Store and Online Purchases.

You may return or exchange (where available) your Zimmermann Online Store purchase, including sale items, by returning it to a Zimmermann Store in Australia or by sending it back to the Zimmermann Australia Online Store. Subject to adherence to the following terms (Zimmermann Outlets are excluded):

For in-store full-price purchases, returns other than for faulty goods must be made within 7 days for credit note or exchange. All sale items purchased in store are final sale. No refunds unless required by law.

For online purchases, returns other than for faulty goods must be made within 15 days from the date of delivery, for refund, credit note or exchange.

Returns only accepted with proof of purchase.

Unless the return is required by law:

• Items must be in original condition (including tags) and must not have been worn, altered or washed.
• Items must not have been used in photography shoots, Instagram posts, online, commercially or for personal gain.
• For online purchases, all packaging (including garment bags) shipped with your order must be returned.
• Every clothing item has a tag attached reading "Once this tag is removed, this garment cannot be returned". Once this tag has been removed, the garment is no longer returnable.
• For all swimwear and lingerie, clients must try on items wearing undergarments. If returned, the protective hygiene strip must remain in place and the top and pant sizes of bikini sets must match. Returns will not be accepted if the protective hygiene strip is removed or altered, the top and pant sized of bikini sets differ, or the item otherwise shows signs of wear.
• Try on shoes on soft surfaces before they are worn as we will not accept shoes returned with sole markings or scratches. Ensure shoes are returned with original shoebox.
• Gift Cards may not be returned and will be honoured for 3 years from the date of issue. Gift Cards are valid for use on the Australian Online Store, and in Zimmermann stores nationally.
•All purchases on earrings, tights, hair clips, hair chignons, and hair pins are final sale. We will not accept returns on these items due to hygiene reasons.
• If a client has exchanged a garment for a credit note, and then seeks to return the garment which was purchased with that credit note, Zimmermann may refuse the return.

This policy does not apply to Zimmermann Outlets or David Jones Concessions.

Should you wish to return an item, Zimmermann do not refund international prepaid duties and taxes paid at the time of checkout for Delivered Duties Paid (DDP) orders or duties and taxes paid at time of customs entry for Delivered Duties Unpaid (DDU) orders with the exception of New Zealand tax (tax only). Residents from all other countries can contact their local customs office to obtain a tax refund.

While Zimmermann covers the costs of returns using the prepaid returns label within AU & NZ, return postage costs are not refundable and we do not refund initial shipping charges for goods returned, other than for faulty items. All international returns should be shipped back to Zimmermann as goods returned to sender to ensure no duties and taxes are incurred for the return.  For exchanged items Zimmermann will cover the shipping cost, however duties and taxes will be collected for the exchanged items as per our duties and taxes terms.

In-store purchases cannot be returned to the online store.

Online purchases may be returned to a Zimmermann store. All new items following an in store exchange will be subject to the In Store Purchases Policy. All in-store refunds will be processed by our Online Client Services team, subject to these terms.

For returns to the Zimmermann online store, follow the procedure below.

Sours: https://www.zimmermann.com/swim

Nicky Zimmermann is among few designers whose pandemic collections don’t look all that different from their “before” stuff. Flip through some lookbooks, and it’s obvious they were designed in gloomy times; not hers. If anything, her designs are sunnier and happier than ever. On a call from Sydney, Zimmermann credited her sister Simone, the label’s cofounder, and her husband, its CEO, for encouraging her to do what she does best: optimistic, exuberant, mood-lifting clothes. “Maybe they knew if I tried to do something else, it’d be bad,” Zimmermann joked. What they recognized early on was that women would crave lightness and beauty in moments of unease, and that as the pandemic began to end (in certain parts of the world, at least), the demand for expressive, bold, “re-emerging” fashion would be greater than ever.

As such, resort 2022 is joyful. It’s a “true resort collection” in its emphasis on beachy, warm weather clothes and travel—in some cases, quite literally. Zimmermann stumbled upon James Northfield’s advertisements for Australian vacation spots in the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s, and worked with his estate to translate them into prints. Early in the lookbook, a ruched scarf dress features a postcard print made of multiple Northfield posters, while a button-down dress features a painterly landscape of Lorne, a surf town in Victoria.

The best looks resemble the souvenirs you might pick up on one of those trips: The opening dress was scattered with hand-placed 3-D flowers along the straps and bust, a bit like a deconstructed lei or the wildflowers you’d weave into your hair on the beach. Later on, a few minis were trimmed with long, swishy fringe threaded with seashells, a sultry, elevated spin on your usual beach finds. Zimmermann was excited about the tactility of those details and the personal, special touch they provide. That a seashell or 3-D flower is best enjoyed in person—not through a Zoom screen—may have something to do with it, too. We’re craving those hand-made, crafty things, but the win for Zimmermann is that hers don’t look like arts and crafts projects; they’re still grown-up and wearable.

Sours: https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/resort-2022/zimmermann
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Zimmermann Wants You To Go OOO With Resort ’22

Hello, Zimmermann hope its latest finds you well! The perennially-upbeat Australian brand formed its Resort 2022 collection with a nod to old school postcards, souvenirs, and pieces that bring to mind vacationing around the globe. Pack your bags, and lets get into it.

Designer Nicky Zimmermann had come across James Northfield’s ads for Australian vacation spots in the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s, which formed a jumping off point for vintage prints which came splashed across safari-style belted shirt dresses,  joggers that tied at the ankle, and a scarf dress which featured a postcard print derived from tourist posters.

Opening the show, aught-era supermodel Gemma Ward wore a pretty-as-a-picture flock adorned with flowers, signaling the feminine and delicate pieces that would follow suit. Indeed, the whole Zimmermann gang was here: bishop-sleeve minis, ruching and 3-D appliqué, broderie anglaise, soft three-piece suiting, and the type of upscale craft pieces (woven bucket hats!) that you could only dream of finding at a market stall on your next summer sojourn.

See the full collection below:

 

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Sours: https://fashionweekdaily.com/zimmermann-wants-you-to-go-ooo-with-resort-22/
Zimmerman Resort 2022

Zimmermann could not host a presentation this season due to the coronavirus pandemic. In these extenuating circumstances, Vogue Runway has made an exception to its policy and is writing about this collection via photos and remote interviews.

Nicky Zimmermann titled her new resort collection Lovestruck. It was designed to conjure happier times than the ones that we’ve lived through these last few months, amid a pandemic exacerbated by the American president and unrest around racial inequalities. Zimmermann’s collections are never not upbeat. She is an optimistic, sunny person, and it came through here in the bright, bubbly heart and peace-sign prints, as well as in the pretty palette of deep greens and soft pinks. She didn’t skimp on her signature flounce either, though it was nice to see more pared-back pieces like button-down blouses and a sharp baby blue suit in the mix.

Zimmermann’s innate flair and whimsy have turned the brand into a destination for women shopping for their vacation wardrobes. But her dedication to sparking joy feels even more essential at this moment. Ebullient fashion can’t save the world, but it can provide brightness during a dark time. When we someday reemerge, this resort collection will lift our spirits and dress us up for very happy gatherings.

Sours: https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/resort-2021/zimmermann

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Zimmermann Resort 2022

A sense of joy and optimism are key pillars of Nicky Zimmermann’s namesake label. Each season she brings forth new interpretations of the feelings through enticing, detailed feminine fashions; for resort, the ideas of escapism and memory stood at the forefront.

“It started with wanting to create the most amazing memory and feeling of what the best vacation is — the feeling of being in a perfect moment, creating that anticipation, fun and laughter — everything you love about the holiday,” she said. “I have those moments where I sit back and think, ‘This is awesome, I’d love it not to end.’ Although it always does. To try and create those memories was very much the starting point of the collection. I was able to draw on those elements visually — the color, print, silhouette. I also wanted something that felt a little nostalgic, because for me, it was about memory and the hope of what’s to come.“

The idea of memory influenced Zimmermann to look back to the 1950s, where she came across the artful Australian travel advertisement posters by James Northfield. Working with his estate, Zimmermann translated his nostalgic works into something not only wearable and beautiful, but also fun and different. The synchronization of memory and escapism swirled together in the form of postcard printed fashions: a tote advertising the landscape of Lorne, a painterly pink button down dress featuring the Australian waterscape, collaged style prints of the varying posters on a ruched dress or easy separates, and more. 

The 1950s era also lightly influenced silhouette — Zimmermann layered dyed-to-match tulle petticoats beneath little linen dresses with nipped-in waists to add volume. Designed to be removable, the linen frocks looked just as sweet for day layered with a printed bikini or the collection’s vacation-ready separates (a nautically striped skirt; bouncy white frocks with sailboat, jellyfish, seahorse embroideries and bouncy “rolled wave” hem; easy Hawaiian-esque shirts, etc.).

Beyond her now signature, summery 3D floral embroidered appliqués, Zimmermann injected artisanal details through fringed strands of shells (also cut into lightweight 3D appliqués), chunky charm baubles, raffia covered buttons and hand-woven crochet silhouettes. To round out the collection, the designer offered flounced printed ombre gowns emulating the palettes of sunrises and sunsets.

“I think creating those special moments and personal touches for our customer is very important to us,” she explained. “Something that is going to become part of a memory of your holiday. That is basically where the whole collection came from and why each piece has such individual detail — be it in the print or in the texture. Something that is really a motive and becomes a part of your memory, hopefully of a good time.”

Sours: https://wwd.com/runway/resort-2022/new-york/zimmermann/review/
Resort 2020 Ready-to-Wear Collection Campaign: SUPER EIGHT

Returns

Click here to submit an online return. A return request must be submitted to receive your refund within normal processing times.

This section of the policy is for In-Store and Online Purchases.

You may return or exchange (where available) your Zimmermann Online Store purchase, including sale items, by returning it to a Zimmermann Store in Australia or by sending it back to the Zimmermann Australia Online Store. Subject to adherence to the following terms (Zimmermann Outlets are excluded):

For in-store full-price purchases, returns other than for faulty goods must be made within 7 days for credit note or exchange. All sale items purchased in store are final sale. No refunds unless required by law.

For online purchases, returns other than for faulty goods must be made within 15 days from the date of delivery, for refund, credit note or exchange.

Returns only accepted with proof of purchase.

Unless the return is required by law:

• Items must be in original condition (including tags) and must not have been worn, altered or washed.
• Items must not have been used in photography shoots, Instagram posts, online, commercially or for personal gain.
• For online purchases, all packaging (including garment bags) shipped with your order must be returned.
• Every clothing item has a tag attached reading "Once this tag is removed, this garment cannot be returned". Once this tag has been removed, the garment is no longer returnable.
• For all swimwear and lingerie, clients must try on items wearing undergarments. If returned, the protective hygiene strip must remain in place and the top and pant sizes of bikini sets must match. Returns will not be accepted if the protective hygiene strip is removed or altered, the top and pant sized of bikini sets differ, or the item otherwise shows signs of wear.
• Try on shoes on soft surfaces before they are worn as we will not accept shoes returned with sole markings or scratches. Ensure shoes are returned with original shoebox.
• Gift Cards may not be returned and will be honoured for 3 years from the date of issue. Gift Cards are valid for use on the Australian Online Store, and in Zimmermann stores nationally.
•All purchases on earrings, tights, hair clips, hair chignons, and hair pins are final sale. We will not accept returns on these items due to hygiene reasons.
• If a client has exchanged a garment for a credit note, and then seeks to return the garment which was purchased with that credit note, Zimmermann may refuse the return.

This policy does not apply to Zimmermann Outlets or David Jones Concessions.

Should you wish to return an item, Zimmermann do not refund international prepaid duties and taxes paid at the time of checkout for Delivered Duties Paid (DDP) orders or duties and taxes paid at time of customs entry for Delivered Duties Unpaid (DDU) orders with the exception of New Zealand tax (tax only). Residents from all other countries can contact their local customs office to obtain a tax refund.

While Zimmermann covers the costs of returns using the prepaid returns label within AU & NZ, return postage costs are not refundable and we do not refund initial shipping charges for goods returned, other than for faulty items. All international returns should be shipped back to Zimmermann as goods returned to sender to ensure no duties and taxes are incurred for the return.  For exchanged items Zimmermann will cover the shipping cost, however duties and taxes will be collected for the exchanged items as per our duties and taxes terms.

In-store purchases cannot be returned to the online store.

Online purchases may be returned to a Zimmermann store. All new items following an in store exchange will be subject to the In Store Purchases Policy. All in-store refunds will be processed by our Online Client Services team, subject to these terms.

For returns to the Zimmermann online store, follow the procedure below.

Sours: https://www.zimmermannwear.com/collection-resort-2021

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