Nina Ricci Autumn Winter 2011

I’ve used the term “prettiness with an edge” to describe two chosen looks of this Nina Ricci collection, which sums up a huge part of the show. But there is also the super soft, feminine pieces which are very beautiful as well. The models had slightly messy hair and hands in their pockets, which gave this show, which could have looked stuffy,  a very effortless-pretty look.

I love…

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

a very feminine draped coat and dress.

 

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

prettiness with an edge.

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

that this feels so soft.

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

more prettiness with an edge.

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

that this is the perfect outfit for a modern bride. Without the black tights.

I loathe…

Nina Ricci, Peter Copping, autumn winter 2011, Paris fashion week, womenswear

a few too many reference points on one dress. It is confusing and a bit ugly.

All images from Vogue.com.

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  • Abby

    I call this type of look “Blair Waldorf with Bite” but I like “prettiness with an edge” too.

    What a great collection!