Natasha Zinko’s mind wanders through all sorts of things, from questions related to creativity to more existential ones, such as: Where am I, who are these people, where am I going, who am I, or why? All of them have made the designer stop and think about the corresponding answers, which have not been found for the moment.

Despite the dissatisfaction of this, Zinko has not stood idly by and has turned it around, making these questions serve as a guide for her Spring/Summer 2024 collection, in which, by the way, she delves more than ever into the mire of what makes us human and has allowed us to survive until now: the extraordinary capacity to adapt even in the most adverse circumstances.

As an example of this versatility, there are the latest events that some have had to face, such as the Russian-Ukrainian war since 2014, which has displaced 17 million people, or the environmental crisis. According to UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, approximately 21.5 million people a year were forced to flee their homes due to extreme weather between 2008 and 2016. They also claim that there could be 1.2 billion climate refugees by 2050.

These events are daunting, to say the least, but in the face of these situations, the only thing left to do is to take courage and fight against adversity. Life goes on and in the meantime, Natasha has created THE CAMP, an optimistic vision of modern life on the move. At least two hands are needed to carry out this action, and these two parts of the human body are the ones that have been used to create the hooded sweatshirts, wide tracksuit trousers, embroidered caps with cut-out visors, or the pockets that come out of the garments, as well as the backpacks, which are then transformed into waistcoats held in place by reused straps. Versatility and practicality above all. These two features are combined with mostorist style pieces, such as flared jeans with ribbed knees and square pockets, and leather overalls with biker details on the back.

Underneath Zinko’s clothes, there is underwear. We all wear it and travel with it. It’s almost a part of us, and it’s usually hidden. Why? Natasha asks. It’s also unknown, so it’s time to reveal it and show it off like a sweatshirt. Let it look good and show the inscription on it, which reads “NATASHA ZINKO ORIGINALS”, in thick black letters.

Many questions have already been asked by the Brit, now it’s F.Y!’s turn: do you dare to wear the pieces and show your most intimate clothes? Lose your fear and say yes, and to top it all off, combine it with leather bags in the shape of men’s briefs.

Check out the Natasha Zinko Spring/Summer 2024 collection below: