This season Nina Ricci collecton was fully and officially created by Peter Copping, ex-right-hand man of Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton. And to tell you the truth, I do like the pieces a lot. They are very cute, very womanly. Flower motif was obviously dominant and it was good. First of all because flowers are all about femininity and secondly, because flowers in various forms are a hot trend for Autumn/ Winter 2010/ 2011.
The range was quite different from usual Nina Ricci collections and it means Copping took the plunge to go his own way, apart from Theyskens’ influence. No more high-drama dark Belgian romance is expected then.
Pretty, just below knee-length satin slipdresses, chic little black dresses, lacy tops and skrts of elaborated designs were all the new hot things for the brand. No pants were in the line and it seems none of those would really fit into the cloud of feminine luxury.
Gloves went above the elbows, belts embraced the models’ waists and perfect classy shoes finished the glamourous picture. Some fur was used but it was good and beautiful.
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