All new Nina Ricci
Cropped blazers, leather trousers and patterned knits: design duo Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh’s latest collection for Nina Ricci is a considered blend of modernity and romanticism, crafting an everyday uniform that feels right for now. Here, art director and fan of the brand @oumaymaboumeshouli chooses her hero pieces.
‘It’s important to support Black designers. Every talent deserves to be seen and there are so many amazing designers out there. I’m glad there’s a great variety on FARFETCH and I always try to support as much as I can.’
‘I had the pleasure of attending the Nina Ricci show a few seasons ago in Paris and immediately fell in love with the brand. It was Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh's debut collection — I like that they’re Dutch, like me.’
‘I’d describe my style as edgy, wearable and independent, and I love to translate catwalk trends into daily outfits. I think oversized jackets and big shoulders create a strong look, so I always carry shoulder pads in my bag.’
‘My favorite pieces are the short blazers. I find blazers in thrift shops and try to adapt the silhouette, but none of them turn out as good as the Nina Ricci shapes. I wear them with wide trousers or a plissé skirt.’