A collection with an artistic theme imposing dramatic silhouettes
For the Nina Ricci Resort 2018 collection, Creative Director Guillaume Henry was inspired by Pierrot, Columbine, and Harlequin.
Describing his execution of the collection with one of... READ MORE
The Nina Ricci Pre-Fall 2017 collection plays on sporty riffs bringing a cool nonchalance to classics silhouettes.
Designer Guillaume Henry perfectly mixes masculine shapes with feminine touches. He features an unexpected palette of sunset hues span... READ MORE
The Nina Ricci Resort 2017 collection naturally mixes '20s and '30s motifs with sleek and velvet fabrics from the '70s, embodying the dynamic approach to art.
Guillaume Henry confessed that a season of overcast skies was largely responsible for conc... READ MORE
Introducing the new Nina Ricci Luna fragrance, an enticing, powerful and mysterious counterpart to the modern and romantic princess represented by Nina.
Nina was created by Olivier Cresp as a sparkling and bright floral-fruity composition, while Lun... READ MORE
The Nina Ricci Spring 2016 collection broadens the vocabulary of a woman who is sensual and free. It is the expression of a sincere and determined femininity that appears seductive by accident.
Fabric treatments cultivate false appearances in an exp... READ MORE
Creative Director Guillaume Henry delves deeper into his vision for the Nina Ricci Spring 2016 collection by forwarding the intention expressed on the Fall runway debut while exploring and appreciating the depth of the House and its signatures and in... READ MORE
Introducing the Nina Ricci L'Extase fragrance collection, embracing the dreams of a woman in tune with her most intimate desires. Femininity inhabited by eroticism. Being yourself, even when naked. Especially when naked. Passionate, free, determined.... READ MORE
After five years at the creative helm of Nina Ricci, Peter Copping wound down his term at the fashion house on a high note with a beautiful Spring 2015 collection.
Derived from a late-Forties silhouette, the neat tops and slim skirts were less retro... READ MORE
Peter Copping introduced his idea of off-duty, at-home luxury for the Nina Ricci Fall 2014 collection, opening with a slate gray cashmere blanket coat over a python-printed lilac satin dress, a strong color combination on a look meant to suggest rela... READ MORE