Peter Copping picked up where he left off last season at the Nina Ricci show. The collection tapped into the feminine sensibilities from the spring show, especially on the floral printed dress and chiffon skirts but the combination of slip dresses styled under tweed jackets was more covered up than before. The lingerie combined with oversized sheer chiffon blouses and dresses brought back memories of dressing up in your mother's wardrobe as a child but in a good way.
That said, the collection was actually a lot more grown up than last season. The peek-a-boo blouses teamed with knee length skirts and braces and that black cut out thigh baring dress worn by Liu Wen were more powerful and sexy than there were girly and and feminine. The deep red ruffled dress was beautiful but sadly there wasn't many other memorable statement dresses as Copping opted not to close the show with his usual statement gowns.