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In just his second season for the French house, Guillaume Henry delivers a runway show that is a far cry from the little cardigans and ladylike sheaths of collections past. Previous seasons hinted at the boudoir (corset tops, sheer details, lots of lace), whereas Henry overtly embraced sensuality this spring for what was at times sinful. There were vampy leather skirt suits, completely transparent chiffon tops, and slinky ostrich-feathered dresses. A cast of siren reds and olive greens replaced the demure pastel palette that we’ve come to associate with the Nina Ricci lady. It seems she’s shed her quiet reputation for something more seductive. Cheers to Henry for bringing out her provocative side.

Nina Ricci

In just his second season for the French house, Guillaume Henry delivers a runway show that is a far cry from the little cardigans and ladylike sheaths of collections past. Previous seasons hinted at the boudoir (corset tops, sheer details, lots of lace), whereas Henry overtly embraced sensuality this spring for what was at times sinful. There were vampy leather skirt suits, completely transparent chiffon tops, and slinky ostrich-feathered dresses. A cast of siren reds and olive greens replaced the demure pastel palette that we’ve come to associate with the Nina Ricci lady. It seems she’s shed her quiet reputation for something more seductive. Cheers to Henry for bringing out her provocative side.

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