Internationally renowned French fashion label Nina Ricci unveiled its first more accessible fashion collection titled ‘Les Envies’, a stylish fashion essentials packed collection that brings to the fashion scene ultra-feminine, 1950s inspired garments that scream sophistication and timeless beauty.

Packed with a certain refinement that can spark instant envy, the ‘Les Envies’ collection created by Nina Ricci’s creative director, Peter Copping, becomes irresistible as who can resist being swept-away by the discrete beauty of perfectly constructed garments that ooze femininity?!

The pieces that can be considered more of an investment in style seem to have that runway elegance and style that has been present at Nina Ricci’s latest fashion presentation. The spring/summer 2013 season has accentuated the need for soft, elegant fashion designs and it seems that this simplicity can be traced back to the ‘Les Envies’ collection, only the designs are given a bit of a vintage twist that makes each design a magnet for attention. The fashionable pieces that create a fabulous mini-collection display soft, flowing silhouettes, adorably printed dresses, flowing skirts, comfy cardigans, timeless trenches and pretty print carrot pants, elements that look and feel good whether you’re preparing for a casual or semi-formal occasion.

The collection oozes sophistication not only through the flowing soft lines and high quality fabrics used in the creation process, but also through the lovely color palette displayed. While some designs were kept monochrome, others were accentuated by beautiful clashing pigments, meaning you can adapt your look to your personality. Lace is one of the most popular fabrics this year and this amazing collection features a fab selection of dresses that are created using just lace or using lace insertions. Chic, elegant and perfect for the vintage-loving sweethearts, Nina Ricci’s ‘Les Envies’ collection is an absolute match for the honeys that want to revitalize their wardrobe and with prices running from $427 to $1,207, you won’t have to empty your budget to enjoy a lovely selection of designer garments.

Photos courtesy of Vogue France