Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – Paris Fashion Week

When it comes to the most elegant, classic and beautiful looks ideal both for the working lady and the modern cosmopolitan woman, we can always rely on Nina Ricci for providing us with an endless source of inspiration. The newest Nina Ricci spring/summer 2015 collection comes to justify our expectation, bringing an array of breathtaking, romantic and sophisticated clothing pieces and matching accessories that will see you elegant and refined throughout the bright season to come. From the delicate color palette chosen and the perfectly tailored modest shapes to the innovative approach to the designs, every little bit of this smart collection has been thought over carefully to satisfy even the most capricious woman.

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week


A relaxed attitude envelops the entire Nina Ricci spring/summer 2015 collection, which may be because of the beautiful shapes chosen, as well as the soothing color palette used, mainly composed of versatile beige tones, soft pinks, golden touches, cream, light blue, white, dusty pink, brown and some pops of bright mustard yellow, red and navy blue. While simplicity is praised a lot in the collection through the usage of mainly polished monochrome looks, we cans also see pretty florals and diminished houndstooth pepita patterns boosting the romantic feel of the garments even more.
The desire to put the elegance and modesty at the center of attention has led to the usage of knee-length and below-the-knee cuts mostly. However, some of the elegant skirts presented feature high slits for an admirable dose of sex-appeal, which never looks overwhelming or vulgar. Generally, the Nina Ricci woman is a business lady this spring, who pays lots of importance and attention to her appearance and looks chic every time making an appearance at the office. Thus, the collection brings a big array of skirt suits and suit dresses for smart office looks and not only. She also knows how to be the queens of special parties and events, wearing Nina Ricci signature lace dresses, see-through chiffon pieces embellished with delicate florals.
In line with delicate lace and chiffon, the Nina Ricci spring 2015 collection also unveils classy leather attire options, like those pencil skirts with high slits or the sleeveless wrap dress cut at the below-the-knee length. The eye-popping red looks add some passion to the overall mild and romantic scene, providing the Nina Ricci woman with bold party-ready pieces for landing in the spotlight.

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week
The finale of the Nina Ricci spring/summer 2015 collection show was demure, breathtaking and as elegant as the start of it. The catwalk got flooded with a cavalcade of romantic black lace and chiffon gowns using lots of ruffles, beadwork and floral appliqués. The lightweight fabrics used provided movement to the designs, while the intricate details and smart cuts made them look ideal and just divine.
Equally striking were the Nina Ricci accessorizing options demonstrated. We instantly fell in love with those classy nude or black peep-toe heeled shoes, the gorgeous clutches and the striking jewelry pieces.
Every time we see a Nina Ricci show, we fall in love with fashion and elegance once more, trying to bring out our inner goddesses and look as fabulous as the models wearing those dresses do. The Nina Ricci spring/summer 2015 collection show made us feel these feelings again and start to appreciate the ladylike style in fashion even more!

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Stylebistro

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