Inspired by David Bowie’s Thin White Duke persona, Nicoll offered a clean, graphic take on the Seventies. He worked PVC, leather and chiffon into the clothes — all to surprisingly tasteful effect. Models with slicked-back hair wore looks such as black, glittery dresses with one shoulder exposed, pleated peach chiffon capes, or high-waisted PVC skirts. The designer tempered the flouncier elements with sporty, masculine pieces, such as a dusky pink bomber jacket edged in pink PVC, or flattering wide-leg pants. It was a salable collection — with edge.

Inspired by David Bowie's Thin White Duke persona, Nicoll offered a clean, graphic take on the Seventies. He worked PVC, leather and chiffon into the clothes — all to surprisingly tasteful effect. Models with slicked-back hair wore looks such as black, glittery dresses with one shoulder exposed, pleated peach chiffon capes, or high-waisted PVC skirts. The designer tempered the flouncier elements with sporty, masculine pieces, such as a dusky pink bomber jacket edged in pink PVC, or flattering wide-leg pants. It was a salable collection — with edge.

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