A few weeks after the departure of the creative duo Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh, founders of the BOTTER label, Nina Ricci wants to redefine its artistic direction and positioning, entrusting the design of its new collection to the Nina Ricci studio led by Nana Baehr.
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The team started, logically enough, by drawing on the house’s storied archetypes and savoir-faire.
“Robert Ricci always said that he served women, not served himself through them. So this collection is about easy shapes. You just don’t want to wear so many conceptual things right now”, Baehr said.
The Fall/Winter 2022 collection revisited the wardrobe of basics with silhouettes dressed in sleek pieces: elegant tailoring, wide pants, short skirts, graphic tights and comfortable dresses. Colors and textures collided: mohair and tulle, baby blue and candy apple, demonstrating once again that boldness and femininity are an integral part of the house’s DNA.
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