The Nicole Miller Pre-Fall 2012 Collection is Not for Wallflowers

By: Souzan Michael - Published: Dec 25, 2011 • References: nymag & style
The Nicole Miller Pre-Fall 2012 collection is for contemporary women who want to stand out in a crowd and make their presence known. Miller was inspired by the West while creating her Pre-Fall offering, and specifically by Sharon Stone's character in the 1995 film 'The Quick and the Dead.'

Another source of inspiration came from Miller's friend Nick Von K's jewelry line, which features pendants of rattlesnakes, tumbleweeds and skulls. Thus was born the Nicole Miller Pre-Fall 2012 collection, full of fringe dresses, tribal prints in rustic, autumn hues, and even some eagle-embroidered graphic prints.

A pair of tribal printed harem pants are certainly the most adventurous piece in the Nicole Miller Pre-Fall 2012 collection, but Miller executes the concept well. Who knew Western-themed collections could be applied so literally and yet turn out so beautifully? Stats for Tribal-Printed Hammer Pants Trending: Older & Chilly
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