Peter Copping said his pre-fall 2011 collection for Nina Ricci was all about tactile fabrics and not driven by any theme or story. This translated into an urban wardrobe with a Parisian flair and a dash of bohemian attitude on the side. Most fabrics focused on ease, such as the long evening dresses done in wool jersey or the unstructured tweed bouclé jackets that looked as comfy as soft cardigans. Meanwhile, a new skirt suit was worked around the idea of a twinset, and a gauzy knitwear sweater was layered under a long and flouncy polka-dot dress. Floppy felt hats, little satin frame bags and granny-inspired jewelry topped off Copping’s vision.