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For spring 2013, Nicole Miller was inspired by “nature, futurism, and sci-fi.” This translated into black and white ensembles punched up with neon or galactic star trim, printed jumpsuits, flowing mullet dresses, structured toppers, and patterned bottoms. After the show was over, we caught up with socialite and handbag designer Tinsley Mortimer.
This Thursday marks the start of the marathon known as New York Fashion Week. And since fashion is always a season ahead, while we’re gearing up for fall, designers will be sending out models in breezy spring looks. We’ve got your first look at the inspirations behind their spring 2013 collections, and a peek at what’ll come strutting down that runway.
We here at Styleite are unapologetic food people, so when we got an invitation to come to fashion designer (and self-described foodie) Nicole Miller‘s New York apartment Tuesday night for a hands-on cooking lesson, we canceled all our other plans and said yes.
For a red carpet that we would characterize as fairly vanilla, there were still some looks from last night’s Emmy Awards that we found sartorially offensive.
Personal style bloggers are a dime a dozen these days — which isn’t at all a bad thing! — but sometimes the same old gets a little, well, old. And that’s why bloggers like Leandra Medine, aka The Man Repeller, are so refreshing. We love her style, but more importantly, we love how effing funny she is! And we’re not alone. Mid-way through interviewing her front row at Nicole Miller yesterday, Joe Zee came bounding up to profess his (and his assistant’s) love.
Nicole Miller is a popular designer. So popular, in fact, that our view from her Fall 2011 runway show on Friday night looked something like this. Now, we’re not above standing room, (what’s that old adage? Bloggers can’t be choosers? We digress.) but at some point, well, what’s the point? Which is to say: while we attended the show, we’ll be sharing our thoughts on it based purely on the photos. Yay, Internet!
New York Fashion Week is finally over! It was exciting, beautiful, disorganized, fun and most of all exhausting. And we loved every second of it.
Earth tones, sheer fabrics and lots of length were on display at Nicole Miller‘s spring/summer 2011 show. he collection, comprised heavily of floor-length pieces, made use of grays, greens and tans in gauzy materials.
Did you write a senior thesis in college? If the answer is yes, then there’s a pretty big chance that after working slavishly for hundreds of hours, it faded into the academic ether never to be seen again — let alone published. But for 20 lucky RISD grads, their senior theses were shown at New York Fashion Week.
Nicole Miller launched a new website today in the hopes of making her Internet identity just as shiny and enjoyable an experience as her retail locations and her advertising campaigns. The designer told WWD that the world’s rapidly changing technology inspired her to do a complete overhaul. But while the site may be radically different from the old NicoleMiller.com, it’s not dissimilar to the online presence of other fashion brands.