Sweet creations of ZINA. New Nina Ricci’s spring-summer collection is inspired by the artist Zina de Plagny, who collaborated with Nina Ricci in the 1930's, she was designing prints. So you can see Zina's florals on Peter Copping's (designer of Nina Ricci) runway during Paris Fashion Week. Overall, silhouettes smell like the 1930s, 40s and 60s classic styles with urban touch. Models walked down the catwalk in printed tops, high-waisted shorts, two tone coats (gray chiffon quilted with silver thread), matinee jackets, draped bodices traced with golden petal embroidery, quilted leather jackets and coats, cage hats, balloon pants, cork-heeled winklepicker stilettos and fisherman sweaters. I like the upcoming spring-summer trend- lingerie, like bra tops, underpinnings for dressy stretch satin skirtsuits, lacy slipdresses with lingerie undertones.