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Richard Nicoll Keeps Things Sporty and Casual for Fall 2014 (Runway Review)

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The Inspiration: "I wanted to play with more opulent, quite traditional colors but do them in a modern way in modern textures and modern silhouettes," the designer told Reuters.

The Look: Richard Nicoll kept things sporty and casual for Fall 2014, but maintained a polished aesthetic with clean-lined and mostly fitted silhouettes (the exception were his mannishly tailored pant suits). The designer’s best pieces were his fur-collared outerwear (particularly the opening bomber), textured knit sweaters, contrasting pleated origami-detailed separates and ruffled tops. For those looking for something less sporty, the designer had boxy fur sweaters and fur skirts.

The Accessories: Pointed, lace-up rubber soled flats.

The Beauty: Faces and lips were muted, while a soft metallic eye was created. Hair was casually pulled back with a center part.

The Takeaway: Perhaps not the most memorable collection, but a wearable and very sellable one.

All images: IMAXtree

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