Another wonderful Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection presented at Paris Fashion Week is the Nina Ricci one. With beautiful details and feminine styles in light colors, Peter Copping manages to amaze us with this new refreshing line.
06 Mar, 2010
One of the best recognized fashion brands in women's wear for feminine and romantic designs is definitely, the Nina Ricci one. The Nina Ricci brand was founded in 1932 by French fashion designer with Italian origin, Maria Ricci next to her own son, Robert Ricci. The two made together a great team and while Maria was designing gowns for pleasure, Robert was managing the business. Over the years, this fashion brand became bigger and bigger, with a success that kept on rising through all France, then Europe and after that USA, so now Nina Ricci is a world wide known name.
This time for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection at Paris Fashion Week, Nina Ricci starring with new creative director, Peter Copping, shows off a typical romantic collection with refine style and lots of luxury.
From the textile materials used like satin, fur, sheer or lace to colors, hairstyle, make up and attitude, this line comes out very feminine, French inspired with beautiful details.
The color theme is mainly formed from the classic and elegant black mixed with lighter shades of gray, pink, blue and red.
The main pieces which manage to capture our attention are transparent blouses with floral details all over it, harem pants, platform sandals, belted around business suit, nude platform shoes, soft colored trench coat with ruffles, perfectly fitted black leather jacket mixed with floral skirt, peep toe metallic shoes, long leather gloves, shiny white silk skirt, sheer blouses, cut out blazers, lace details on skirts, sexy corsets in black or red, cat eye framed sunglasses, fur short coats, pencil skirts and gowns with cut out parts or see through ones.
As you can see, Peter Copping nailed it this time with his Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection for Nina Ricci by creating their own trend marks through feminine and fragile designs with a refine fashion sense.