Mood board: In his first outing at the house of Nina Ricci, Guillaume Henry held onto a few precious house codes like sheer black or white lace, but pulled the collection out of its primness and into a sportier, separates-dressing approach where cable sweaters and mannish overcoats mingled with the brand's traditional cocktail fare.
Best in show: His sequin numbers - either in two piece T-shirts and matching pencil skirts or long sleeve dresses - showed how sporty ease and sophistication can make a happy marriage.
Finishing touches: The accessories rooted the models in pure lady territory: tiny kitten heeled suede shoes, hard round edged handbags and wristlets that dangled with a shower of gold fringe.
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