“New surfaces I can print on” is how Nicole Miller described a key design impetus in her show notes. That, and the Seventies, judging by the clothes. Miller revisited the decade and nearly all the trends it had to offer — with appealing results. She used a digital motif on a tweed military jacket or skirt, a silk handkerchief dress and several other looks, then moved into all-black, rock-chick territory with suede T-shirts, velvet skinny trousers and a black Mongolian lamb jacket — think Anita Pallenberg on the arm of Keith Richards. Like that “It” couple of the decade, Miller’s women will have plenty of alluring looks to choose from, including a black velvet tuxedo jacket with a lace top and skinny satin trousers.

“New surfaces I can print on” is how Nicole Miller described a key design impetus in her show notes. That, and the Seventies, judging by the clothes. Miller revisited the decade and nearly all the trends it had to offer — with appealing results. She used a digital motif on a tweed military jacket or skirt, a silk handkerchief dress and several other looks, then moved into all-black, rock-chick territory with suede T-shirts, velvet skinny trousers and a black Mongolian lamb jacket — think Anita Pallenberg on the arm of Keith Richards. Like that “It” couple of the decade, Miller’s women will have plenty of alluring looks to choose from, including a black velvet tuxedo jacket with a lace top and skinny satin trousers.

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