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Nina Ricci Gets Inspired by a Woman in Her Home Environment for Fall 2014 (Runway Review)

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The Scene: Jessica Alba, Anna Dello Russo, Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld along with all of the other expected top editors and buyers.

The Inspiration: Dominique de Menil in her own home environment, according to WWD.

The Look: Peter Copping's inspiration was subtly reflected in everything from the head of the runway, which was upholstered in plum damask fabric, to the shoes, which called to mind bedroom slippers. Fittingly, there were plenty of beautifully draped blanket coats with generous collars, slinky satin dresses, lace-accented dresses, drop-waist florals, layered, lightweight separates and cashmere pajama pants. There were also, however, more fitted pieces, namely a series of pencil skirts and trim tops as well as a number of fur and brocade looks, making for a well-balanced and luxurious collection.

The Accessories: Fur-accented, ankle strap heels that mimicked heeled bedroom slippers, minaudières, oversized, graphically-embellished clutches and fur handbags.

The Beauty: Center-parted hair tucked behind the ears and a clean, natural face.

The Takeaway: A cohesive collection with a great mix of silhouettes, all of which will certainly be worth wearing outside the home.

All images: IMAXtree

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