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Nina Ricci by Gérard Pipart, Fall/Winter 1990–1991

Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion Volume 10 : Global Perspectives

Berg, 2010

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...Gérard Pipart, couture designer for Nina Riccci from 1963 to 2013, produced a sumptuous winter collection in 1990 for Ricci, marking the beginning of the decade with the house’s signature femininity and glamour. Lavish embroideries...
...Nina Ricci’s Spring/Summer 2000 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Ricci showed a futuristic, Sci-Fi edged collection balanced out with softer feminine elements and styling. The show used a light and airy color palette of pastel...
...Nina Ricci’s Spring/Summer 1997 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection was a playful take on the warmer months, undercut with a subtle, chic sense of dressing. Ricci was original in her use of fabric and color...
...Born in Turin in 1883, Nina moved to Paris with her family when she was twelve and by the age of thirteen was working as an apprentice to a couturier. In 1908, Nina joined the House of Raffin as a designer and remained there for twenty...
...Nina Ricci’s Autumn/Winter 1998 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. It featured various daywear and evening wear in feminine, loose and fitted tailored silhouettes. Woollen jackets, coats, and blazers were matched with leggings, midi...