I’ve yet to read a negative comment about Peter Copping’s new position as creative director at Oscar de la Renta, and I think that’s because it is really good news. Here’s why. 1. He is a good designer. Peter Copping… Continue Reading
I really wonder what possesses a designer to send his models down the catwalk without pants. It was particularly surprising to see at Nina Ricci, which is supposed to be a very ladylike brand. But aside from the pantlessness, this was quite… Continue Reading
While I love that Peter Copping seems to have properly captured the essence of Nina Ricci and still add his own hand, this show wasn’t particularly impressive. In fact, it felt very lukewarm. I disliked the shiny fabrics and the… Continue Reading
I want to love Nina Ricci because Peter Copping was one of the guys I hung out with in my Paris days and he is the loveliest, nicest person. And of course, I also think he is talented and the… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
Here is part 2 of my favourite shoes from the Paris spring summer 2011 catwalks. I want them all! Read part 1 here. All images from Vogue.com except Viktor & Rolf shoe images from Style.com.
Peter Copping, creative director at Nina Ricci, used to be one of the gang I used to hang out with Paris and he is genuinely one of the nicest guys in the world, so of course I am going to… Continue Reading
I’ve got high hopes for Peter Copping at Nina Ricci (and its not just because we used to hang out together in Paris, while he was still working with Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton.) His fall winter collection has all… Continue Reading