Nina Ricci Fall 2011 | Paris Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published March 3, 2011

Nina Ricci’s fall 2011 collection fully embraced an autumn palette with ladylike silhouettes and delicate detailing. Creative director Peter Copping continued with a youthful take on femininity by featuring wrinkled materials, slouchy pants, bright pastels and crystal embellishments.









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6 thoughts on “Nina Ricci Fall 2011 | Paris Fashion Week”

  1. I love this show! The thick tights and lace up shoes remind me of ballerinas, and I love love love it.

  2. I love this show! The thick tights and lace up shoes remind me of ballerinas, and I love love love it.

  3. There is good and bad aspects to this collection. I do love the color palette, especially the baby blues, pinks and whites, while the material on some of those dresses looks quite dreadful, very trash bag like.

  4. There is good and bad aspects to this collection. I do love the color palette, especially the baby blues, pinks and whites, while the material on some of those dresses looks quite dreadful, very trash bag like.

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