Nina Ricci Fall 2014–With last season exploring the reinvention of the classic menswear shirt, Nina Ricci creative director Peter Copping embraced full on ladylike appeal for the brand’s fall-winter 2014 collection. The autumn outing is quite cohesive, taking the Ricci woman from daytime to evening almost seamlessly. The former of which pairs knit turtleneck sweaters with fur jackets and above-the-knee skirts. Copping also incorporates floral prints in the mix as well–pastel blooms adorn silk dresses and separates. The botanical theme continues onto to the evening wear section where lace and tulip embellished gowns–sometimes with asymmetrical hemlines–bring a romantic touch to the new season.
Fresh Start–Ready for spring, Barneys New York enlists model Franzi Mueller for a look book featuring the resort 2014 collection of Nina Ricci. Posing against a dramatic dark background, Franzi wears the ladylike designs of Nina Ricci, donning a variety of elegant silhouettes. From a demure lace dress to a stunning strapless gown or a stretch tweed pencil skirt, Nina Ricci delivers strong spring options.
View Nina Ricci’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection here.
Ricci’s Charming Woman – Nina Ricci creative director Peter Copping feminized menswear staples like the suit jacket, waist coat and button-up shirt for the label’s spring 2014 collection. Opening with a color palette of pure white and cream shades, the new season took airy and crisp lightness into more saturated hues such as cerulean and Monet-like floral prints during the latter section. Despite the mens inspiration, the Nina Ricci woman is not short on pretty or romantic for the upcoming spring. Dreamy dresses of chiffon, silk adorned with pleat details brought a romantic air to the show despite the interruption of protestors mid-way through.
Amy in Nina Ricci – Actress Amy Adams attended the New York premiere of her new film. “Man of Steel” held on June 10th. The redhead wore a black gown from Nina Ricci’s fall 2013 collection to the event.
The Ricci Look – Arizona Muse is the latest face tapped for the spring 2013 campaign from Nina Ricci. With art direction by stylist Alex White and Malin Ericson, the American beauty poses for Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in an enchanting series of images featuring floating pink disks. (Fashionologie)
Actress Anne Hathaway glittered in a sequin-embellished dress from Nina Ricci’s spring 2013 collection at the Museum of the Moving Image’s 27th Annual Black Tie Salute held on December 11th, 2012. The “Les Misérables ” star paired the look with a clutch and strappy sandals.
Autumn Girl – For its fall/winter 2012 campaign video, Nina Ricci enlists in-demand duo Inez & Vinoodh to capture one of the prettiest fashion films of late. Understated and elegant, model Kati Nescher shows us a dream like vision, turning water into form and line, overflowing with intricate lace-like patterns that bloom into full form. Featuring animation designed by Jo Ratcliffe, the film’s music adds a jarring element to this uncanny stunner.
Ricci’s Floral Fall – Nina Ricci taps Kati Nescher as the face of its fall 2012 campaign photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The image places focus on the new La Rue handbag made of alligator skin. Inez & Vinoodh capture the brunette in stark black and white contrasting the watercolor painting of flowers illustrated by artist Jo Ratcliffe. The autumn advertisements hit magazines’ September issues. (WWD)
Funny Girl – Actress and up-coming star of “The Amazing Spider-Man” film, Emma Stone, covers the July edition of Vogue US wearing Nina Ricci. Photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Tonne Goodman, Emma wears a mix of boyish and ultra-feminine looks in the accompanying shoot.
Read the article and see more images on Vogue.com
Nina Ricci on Film – Raquel Zimmermann stars in the making of Nina Ricci’s spring 2012 campaign with a film shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Raquel wows in pastel looks with the off-kilter yet fabulous video.