Richard Nicoll continued with themes from his fall collection, delivering a sportswear-influenced resort lineup that riffed on wardrobe classics for “powerful and sporty women.” There was a bomber jacket in paint-splatter tweed; a white cotton shirt with a contrast panel sleeve; tailoring in python jacquard, and a form-fitting dress that was silk in the front and jersey in the back with leather trim. Working in an urban, muted palette of gray blues, black, white and navy, and using sweatshirt effects throughout the collection, Nicoll gave his grown-up girl a whiff of workout, in a good way.

Richard Nicoll continued with themes from his fall collection, delivering a sportswear-influenced resort lineup that riffed on wardrobe classics for “powerful and sporty women.” There was a bomber jacket in paint-splatter tweed; a white cotton shirt with a contrast panel sleeve; tailoring in python jacquard, and a form-fitting dress that was silk in the front and jersey in the back with leather trim. Working in an urban, muted palette of gray blues, black, white and navy, and using sweatshirt effects throughout the collection, Nicoll gave his grown-up girl a whiff of workout, in a good way.

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