I recently had the pleasure of sitting down for an interview with Jennifer Zuccarini, Creative Director of Kiki de Montparnasse, in the exquisite SoHo space, home to her rapidly expanding brand. And to think, just two years ago, this brand was merely an idea beginning out of Jenniferâ€™s apartment. Her ambitious goals and creative talent have launched Kiki de Montparnasse to the forefront of the lingerie industry.
The interview with Jennifer can be found right here — here’s a little teaser though:
“With my work, I donâ€™t want it to ever be trashy. I want it to be sophisticated. I get inspired by fabrics and I like new silhouettes. A lot of it is instinctual, especially with colors. Personally, I have always liked trend forecasting. For instance, Iâ€™ll think of a color palette months in advance and then just commit to it. Itâ€™s just a feeling. I am also inspired by vintage pieces, but not of any particular time period. I also travel to Paris twice a year. I look at fabrics, but I look at everything else as well.”