Occupation: Jewellery Designer
Favourite Place to Shop: Second-hand shops
Molly was networking with her friends at a business party I was attending to. I loved her high waisted trousers, I hadn’t seen a pair like these before. The beige worked well with the rest of her dark outfit. She said she just finished work, didn’t have a chance to change and rushed straight to the party, but I thought her attire was very chic.
Richard Nicoll is a name on everyone’s lips, and here at Tellusfashion
we understand why. His AW11 collection features geometric garments in autumnal shades of orange, brown and indigos, and took London Fashion Week by storm last month. His feminine, floaty collection oozes with glamour and his use of block sheer colours and stiff shapes give this collection his unique, signature style.
Richard Nicoll has a strong, successful background in fashion. He graduated from Central Saint Martin’s with an MA in 2002 and has since freelanced alongside Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs. He has also been appointed the role of Creative Director of Womenswear in Cerruti in Paris, as well as being director of Womenswear for Fred Perry and launching a Topshop collection.
He was named the ‘Best Young Designer’ at the Elle Style Awards for London Fashion Week SS09 and has also been shortlisted for the inaugural British Fashion Council.
It is not only fashion writers that taken in by the wonders of Richol Nicoll, he is loved by the immortal world of celebrity also, with fans includng Sienna Miller, Kiera Knightly and Sophia Coppola.
London Fashion Week saw yet another inspiring catwalk show by this artistic man, and there are high hopes for his future, with his biggest inspirations at the moment include twenties modernist opulence, easy fit sportswear and moths.
Images courtesy of London Fashion Week.