Fashion Designer Nicole Miller Picks Summer Fashion Trends
We are very proud to have renowned fashion designer Nicole Miller provide fashion tips for our readers in our exclusive Designer Picks series. Nicole Miller’s clothing line has become a staple of American fashion. Creating truly beautiful pieces of fashion is an art. American designer Nicole Miller knows this and has combined her love of the arts with her passion for fashion in her life.
Nicole Miller is known for her feminine aesthetic in fashion design. Her dresses are the essence of modern femininity being both sophisticated and flirty. She creates fashion to flatter a woman’s body. Because of this, she has created fans out of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Nicole was one of the first designers to use celebrities on the runway and stars including Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry and Eva Longoria Parker continue to flock to her designs.
Nicole Miller’s fashions often mix elements in clothes that other designers wouldn’t dare. She creates pieces that are complex and interesting. Her signature is using bright prints and patterns. She has said that the Nicole Miller woman is “She is the girl on the go, the mother, the daughter with an active lifestyle. Career woman or busy with family, she always has a lot going on in her life.”
Nicole Miller has offered some keen suggestions that will get you on track for spring fashion trends including sporty summer shorts, a great spring jacket and a spring tote. See Nicole Miller’s Designer Picks:
Real Style Network: The Hottest Fashion Trend for Spring/Summer 2010 is?
Nicole Miller: Bike shorts!
Real Style Network: Three things every woman should have in her wardrobe for spring are?
Nicole Miller: My tidal pleat bike shorts and georgette blouse or my cotton/metal biker jacket over a dress. Also a print bathing suit.
Real Style Network: The must-have accessory is?
Nicole Miller: A George, Gina & Lucy olive drab tote
Find Nicole Miller garments are available in her boutiques, on her website and at JC Penney, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Bloomingdales.
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