NY Fashion Week Fall ’08. Nicole Miller. Elegant and Strong in Modern-Day Warrior Setting.

February 2, 2008 • New York Fashion Week Fall '08






Summary: The menswear influences throughout Nicole Miller’s fall 2007 line has been replaced by the power feminine. While being in accordance to the classic black, grays and whites dominating the runways this season, Miller threw in some shocking patterns and bold solid greens to make her seasonal statement of notoriety. Her strong lines and great detailing came forward in her casual drape dresses, her jersey turtlenecks and especially her skintight zippered catsuit. Her inspiration stemming from a modern-day Joan of Arc, Miller has brought her fall collection to the front line!

Color Palette: silver, black, moss, saffron, heather grey, chartreuse, olive, brown, mustard, purple, teal, camouflage, wine/black and wine/brown stripes, plum, crown jewel prints, black/taupe, charcoal

Textures & Details: pleated silk lame, silk, jersey, chunky wool, twill, pleats, double knit, silk, zippers, taffeta, down, charmeuse, distressed twill

Key Looks: double knit zip front catsuit, stirrup pant, tucked tops, metallic piping, asymmetrical pleating, stretch matte and satin seamed pant, camouflage silk Fleur-de-Lis blouson dress, techno twill backless dress, stretch taffeta jeweled neckline, flounced skirt

Photos: MB Fashion Week

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