Richard Nicoll was inspired by the 1920's and 1930's photographs of Edward Steichen (his muse Marion Morehouse) in his latest Autumn-Winter collection. You are about to see here drop-waisted tea dresses, straight shifts, box-pleated skirts, elegant culottes, gold jacquard dresses and extravagant colorblocked masculine versus feminine looks, like those man-styled jackets and coats. I personally like this unique duality of woman versus girl pieces. Some of the clothes feature little rosettes that appear as decoration. While viewing these images I was thinking of sporty silhouettes and clean lines.
Here is presented one of my favorites, a cobalt wool bomber with the same color leather sleeves and fur collar. This outerwear can be styled with casual and semi-formal looks. The model appears in jacket worn with flared mini skirt, but you can look the same glamor, by pairing it with cool skinnies or tailored pants.
Those who like to look a bit sophisticated, then you can try on this cobalt parka with fur hood teamed with a nice knitwear and leather skirt.
Another bright blue piece comes in a look of knitted cardigan, which looks like a cape. As you have already noticed it comes with a cool leather dress, which can be worn at work and parties.
If it's not so cold outisde, then you can put on this workwear denim jacket tamed with practical over the knee skirt.
This cropped knitwear can be styled with mannish shirt or white blouse.
This combination is just perfect, I guess it's going to be in trend next season.
That's very practical pantsuit for those ladies who want to wear something simple, but modern at the same time.
This long coat is quite mannish to me.