Nude and neutral tones are a huge spring trend; one that Richard Nicoll clearly had his eye on when it came time to design his Spring 2010 collection for Topshop. The ten-piece collection, which hit stores this week, is Richard’s fifth collaboration with Topshop and was built around the signature shapes and colors from his previous collections.
Spring 2010 has three palettes: 50s-inspired candy striping in blush and tobacco, a soft grey palette and nude cotton. Pieces include a classic shirt dress, an on-trend jumpsuit, a body-con dress and a cropped shirt with a knotted front that is reminiscent of 90s grunge.
In my mind, this supremely feminine collection is for the classic, clean-cut girl, however Richard had a different girl in mind when designing this collection: “It’s for a girl’s girl with a rebellious spirit who paints her bedroom a hot, not pretty, shade of pink.” What type of girl do you think this collection is perfect for?