The many trips Clover Canyon designer Rozae Nichols has taken across the American Southwest throughout her life paid off in this delightful fall collection. She nodded to desert wildflowers with a series of artsy, floral bias-cut slipdresses, and used graphic overlays reminiscent of indigenous blankets to provide a cool contrast in a skirt and cropped flair pants.

 

“I was so inspired by these places — the fusion of the peacefulness of the landscapes with the modernist art, along with some of the indigenous flora,” she explained.

 

Nichols also played with faux fur — most frequently with Mongolian as stole details in some of the looks and as a hem on a cool indigenous stripe patterned apron dress. The result was a collection rich in texture, color and a new level of sophistication.

By  on February 18, 2016

The many trips Clover Canyon designer Rozae Nichols has taken across the American Southwest throughout her life paid off in this delightful fall collection. She nodded to desert wildflowers with a series of artsy, floral bias-cut slipdresses, and used graphic overlays reminiscent of indigenous blankets to provide a cool contrast in a skirt and cropped flair pants.

 

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