Nicole Miller Glasses: Strong & Feminine Design

Nicole Miller’s influence from her father’s “engineer-like mind” and her mother’s Parisian influence have determined a melding of modern and feminine styles that make her designs so distinct. Her schooling  also provided a wide-range of experience through a BFA in Apparel Design at the Rhode Island School of Design and studies at L’Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne to study draping and classical couture techniques.

This background may explain her wide scope of ongoing influences that include “cinema, contemporary art, mid-20th Century architecture and exotic cultures”. Nicole Miller’s designs balance the line between a strong and a feminine aesthetic that have been worn by Angelina Jolie, Halle Barry, Eva Longoria and Beyonce Knowles.

Mirroring her runway shows, Nicole Miller’s glasses contrast unique and appealing shapes and patterns with a distinctly feminine appeal. Coming off of New York Fashion Week, our editors selected key looks from Nicole Miller’s Fall 2013 collection and paired them with some of of our favorite Nicole Miller glasses designs.

The vision of Nicole Miller for Fall included a dark and edgy streamlined design with tailored jackets and slim pants.  The Nicole Miller Shattered Black glasses echo this strong look with a geometric temple design.

Folded into the Nicole Miller collection was draped feminine patterns featuring black accents to continue her dark vision for the season.  Nicole Miller Swirl Salt glasses provide a bright contrast that picks up the lighter colors of the floral patterns for a balanced look.

A collection of looks that the Nicole Miller show brought in blue shades woven in with the darker theme. These Nicole Miller Street Couture Matte Black glasses provide just a hint blue on the inside arm of the glasses that replicate the style of her clothing designs.

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