Humility is a word not frequently heard in fashion’s upper circles, but that’s exactly what Richard Nicoll is striving for with his first women’s wear collection for Cerruti.

“It’s about simple pieces with sensitivity and romance, as opposed to minimal and sterile,” the British-born, Australian-raised designer said during a fitting at the company’s headquarters. A 2002 graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins, Nicoll freelanced for Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton before striking out on his own in 2005, rapidly winning fans from Kylie Minogue to Sofia Coppola with his oversize T-shirts and sculptural shirts.

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