The upcoming fashion season is looking sizzling-hot as with a fashion collection like Peter Coppin’s for Nina Ricci fall 2012 ready-to-wear collection, choosing the perfect item will not be easy as there is an array of ultimate glamor ensembles out there to chose from. With 46 vintage-vibe outfits that were ‘spiked’ with a little bit of an edgy feel to suit powerful, contemporary women, Nina Ricci’s fall 2012 collection is truly worth your attention.
Apparently, the outfits displayed on the runway wanted to allude to little girls playing dress-up with their mom’s or grandmother’s outfits. Mr. Copping said about the influence of the collection that:
“…a wardrobe for the present, seen through the eyes of the young, experimenting with their mother’s and grandmother’s wardrobe.”
The clothes put together by Peter Copping for Nina Ricci’s Fall 2012 RTW collection were just perfect, bringing the perfect balance between vintage, flawlessly constructed pieces and modern, feminine pieces with a little bit of an edge. With dominant, timeless elements such as embroideries, lace, chiffon and tweeds on display, the collection exudes a cool deluxe style that is perfect for women who embrace their femininity. From cashmere coats to stylish skirts, fur detailed coats, knitted sweaters, flirty blouses and various seductive dresses including every woman’s must have piece, the LDB, Nina Ricci’s collection attracted attention like a magnet. From start to finish, each piece looked amazing and had that ‘je ne sais quoi’ that Mr. Copping wanted to transmit to the public.
The color palette Mr. Copping envisioned for the fall season presents timeless and universally flattering hues, autumnal hues that maintain a high dose of elegance that go along perfectly with the soft and sensual silhouettes created by the designer. Tones of black, burgundy, beige, gray, brown and plum-pink dominated the collection and helped underline the elegance of the designs, so take a peek at Nina Ricci’s new collection and draw inspiration for your iconic, new season look.
Photos by Giovanni Giannoni via WWD