Nina Ricci showcased their ready-to-wear 2021 fall-winter collection at Paris Fashion Week. Designers Lisa Herrebrugh and Rushemy Botter visualised the collection as a combination of form and functionality. They envisioned this vibrant collection to be post-pandemic, which can be versatile enough to mix with our everyday wardrobe.
Houndstooth is a key textile pattern used throughout the collection, varying in colourations. The collection has many contrasting elements, such as a mixture of chunky knitwear paired with lightweight outerwear or vice versa. An unforgettable garment in various fabrics and colours is the exaggerated puffer coat with a long scarf attached, perfect for when you want to match it with an accessory.
Watch the runway show here.