Nicole Miller RTW Fall 2022 – WWD

Nicole Miller returned to school in the fall, developing “disruptive schoolgirl” characters – with punk-influenced fashion to match. The designer blends her signature feminine élan with late 90s influences, providing accessible styles for the “hippie dreamer, scholar, rebellious, girly and girly” personalities. artists” in her collection, seen through her digitally. Fall presentation (set in the classroom basement of an old Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY church).

A look: A mix of grunge, punk and rock ideas with ’90s and Y2K schoolgirl influences.

Quote notes: “The collection is a twist on the perennial naughty schoolgirl look. It unleashes the spirit of rebellion. I gave the Y2K fashion trend a Gen Z spin by using dark colors with a combination of large prints and soft textures to give them a playful feel. but kind of good girl,” notes the collection read.

Main parts: A bodice, miniskirt and patchwork cape evolved from a collared flannel shirt; retro tartan plaid schoolgirl dresses, tailored coats and jackets (striking woven leather); reinvigorated pin-stripe combinations (strapless blazers and corsets inspired by pencil skirts or delicate bell bottoms); pleated mini skirt; punky black leather jacket and skirt; Graffiti inspired and fitted black lace layers.

Carried away: Nicole’s naughty schoolgirl vibe brings out both nostalgia and newness through edgy, easy-to-wear outfits. Nicole Miller RTW Fall 2022 – WWD


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