On the occasion of his seventh collaboration with the sign of Sir Philip Green, the British designer Richard Nicoll chose to shake some codes of the wedding dress.
Known for his silhouettes as romantic as “groovy”, Richard Nicoll would seem there not hesitate a second before agreeing to draw – in collaboration with Topshop – a capsule collection dedicated to marriage. I must say that the idea of ??dusting the concept of the wedding dress – to make it more modern, cool and accessible – was enough to seduce one who evokes Cicciolina when asked to name his favorite wedding …
Since June 15, we can find in the rays of a handful of giant british delicate dresses seem straight from the spring / summer collection 2012 Nicoll.
That said, if the long and narrow translucent skirts are undoubtedly thinking about his latest summery blouses adjusted volumes baby doll and other details are epic novel about them. We also note that the designer abandons the traditional virginal white here in favor of sugary and girly shades, ranging from pale pink, baby blue and cream.
Showing a reasonable price range (from £ 75 for a simple silk dress £ 350 for a lace creation), this collection seems to have given the ambition to democratize the world of wedding dress designer. Remains whether the style “lingerie” of the bridal toilet does not condemn to be diverted dresses ready-to-wear. Unless they find a place in the luggage of those who are about to get married in Las Vegas.