Style 101: Nickie Nina

Playing dress-up with Nickie Nina's latest collection

Magazine Desk June 29, 2020

Nickie Nina brand is one of the pioneers of Eastern Haute Couture. Since its inception, the design philosophy has been to amalgamate traditional embellishment with unconventional cuts that, when fused with rich fabrics and textures, creates a classic Nickie Nina ensemble. A combination of Nickie’s classic sense of design with Nina’s gallant sensibility of style has been the biggest strength of the label, creating timeless pieces with each passing collection. The collections are tailored for today’s ‘life in the fast lane’, yet infused with traditional design and motifs. Nickie Nina has also recently extended their style sensibility by branching out into contemporary separates as NII.

Mia Snow

Made with breathable karandi, lace at the neck and adjustable belt makes it perfect for all occasions. The shirt has very intricate yet modern embroidery on the sleeves and the outfit is paired with embroidered culottes.

Lilly Rose

This lawn shirt with embroidered organza sleeves is the perfect outfit for summer evenings. The outfit is paired with shocking pink crushed trousers to create a statement look.

Sandy Jade

This Karandi shirt with self embroidered net sleeves can be worn on or off the shoulders. The shirt can be paired with cigarette pants or even culottes with similar work as the shirt. It’s comfortable yet stylish.

Ava Mae

Just right for understated glamour. The self embroidered organza bishop sleeves and removable belt is added for that extra oomph. The shirt is paired with contrasting emerald green pants to make a statement.

Gemma Jo

This ensemble features a silk shirt with sheer embroidered organza with embroidery on the hem. The removable bow allows the outfit to be styled in different ways. The shirt is paired with white pants.

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