Nina Ricci Runway Show for Paris Fashion Week FW23 Ready To Wear Collection showcased some of the best fashion seen so far in the fashion show as the creative director ensure clothes of every body size was made.
Putting its plus-sized customers at heart, the fashion house released some breathtaking designs which will definitely turn heads if worn out.
Pugh’s orange tulle gown made an appearance, but it was split in two with a peekaboo midriff. The tailoring looked like it was inspired by Bianca and Mick Jagger’s matching 1971 wedding suits, right down to the extra-wide brimmed hats, which Styles first modeled at the BRITs. Circular skirts that spanned the runway were dangerously close to the costume. Then there was the show-closing hobble skirt—the model who wore it should be awarded a prize for not collapsing.
Contrast was provided by a pouf-sleeved denim jacket and matching high-waisted jean flares, but the drama was the point. “Everyone has really gone all out, it’s a bold new statement,” Reed said backstage. There will be no easing into these positions, but the finesse expected of the Paris runways may take time. Reed is miles ahead of his peers when it comes to casting. Precious Lee opened the show, and as she vamped for the cameras, it reminded me of the too narrow and old-fashioned visions of beauty that have been seen elsewhere this week.
See full collection below;