Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Nina Ricci Pre-Fall 2010

Now in his third season at the French house, designer Peter Copping seems comfortable enough to inject a bit of fun into the brand's ultra-femme aesthetic, resurrecting Nina Ricci.
Producing a pre-fall collection that started where Spring left off, there was a similar soft color palette, this time rendered in washed loden wool, thick cashmere, and tweedy jacquards. There were frills, too, but this time around, the clothes looked more utilitarian.
The 50's vibe that ran through the collection was on point- chic, couture-ish, flirty, and the least bit gimmicky.

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