August 28th, 2018: FashionWeek.pro is delighted to announce a new marketing channel partnership with Nicole Miller. #FashionWeekPro is fully sponsored through affiliate marketing partnerships. We have many other announcements regarding additional brands that #FashionWeekPro is currently finalizing publisher content, so please stay tuned. The #FashionWeekPro staff has just downloaded the top Nicole Miller looks. #FashionWeekPro is curating content in collaboration with Nicole Miller for any sponsored features that are published on our site.
We are thrilled to be partnered with Nicole Miller! When I was young and deciding what career plans I would venture into, Nicole Miller was such an inspiration for me. She’s always been that classy yet sassy, All-American designer. My dream back then was to study Fashion Merchandising at the Art Institute. Things didn’t quite turn out that way, however, eventually my career path did lead me into the fashion industry and I worked as a Buyer for 13+ years. Fashion has always been in my blood. My late grandfather was a well-known shoemaker in Havana during the city’s glory days. My grandmother, Mima, gifted me paper dolls when I was a child (along with a few Barbie dolls) and I remember spending countless hours dressing them with crayon-painted outfit designs.
Nicole Miller‘s fantastic spirit is definitely in this fall’s collection. In the last couple of weeks, we’ve partnered with the Pepperjam network on a recommendation from another affiliate partner. As FashionWeek.Pro is somewhat new to affiliate marketing, it’s been really interesting learning the different platforms that make this technology possible for all of us. We are currently affiliated with the Rakuten Network, ShareASale, Pepperjam, CJ and a few others.
Nicole Miller’s channel marketing partnership is powered by the Pepperjam platform and they have a few features that we decided to try out for the first time in this feature. I’ve included a “Nicole Miller Store’ within this feature article. There are a few roadblocks in designing the store – for one the images are tiny and you cannot alter what appears for each item. You can only change the colors of the text and what is shown, but you can’t really adjust the font or the salesy ‘BUY NOW’ verbiage. However, there IS a feature that is worth noting: You can use the “SEARCH” field in the top right corner of the embedded storefront to find any Nicole Miller item. I’ve decided to add this storefront feature right above the runway looks & larger Nicole Miller product images.
In this article just below the storefront, you will also find all runway looks from Nicole Miller’s Pre-Fall & Fall 2018 collection along with Vogue’s commentary on the shows. Following all the fabulous runway looks, I’ve included all full-size images of Nicole Miller’s newest fall fashion arrivals. My recommendation on how to shop this feature article is as follows: If you find a look that you simply must have, copy the item’s description and use the search feature in the storefront to find that exact item. Once the search comes up, just click the image of the item you’ve selected and that should take you directly to the item’s page where you can check-out.
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The #FashionWeekPro team is hard at work! With over 100+ new affiliate channel publishing partnerships in just te last month, we will be publishing content in phases. The ultimate goal is to delight our readers with the robust amount of content each brand and brand’s season that is located all in one place. The first step to provide an exceptional shopping experience is to add as many product feeds as possible from our publishing partners. FashionWeek.Pro wants to provide the most comprehensive and robust shopping research for all of the major labels, designers & luxury retailers so that you can make a well educated, fashionista decision on your shopping selections for the season. In previous ‘Full Collection’ articles that you’ll find on our site prior to August 2018, we were not providing our readers with the resources to pre-order certain collections or even which retailer carries the designer we are featuring.
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Anyone expecting Nicole Miller to present one of her famous themed collections for Fall was in for a surprise this season. In the past, the designer has taken her audience on sartorial trips to Panama, Scandinavia, and Brooklyn, but this time around Miller opted for the freedom of working without restraint. Inspired by the needs of modern women instead of a particular destination, she focused her attention on developing looks that cool girls can wear regularly. “Sometimes girls want to borrow from the guys; other times they want to dress more feminine. There are some florals, but we have touches that are taken from menswear or military uniforms too,” shared Miller pre-show. “Gone are the days where you’d have to wear a dress to the office every day.”
Starting with tailored suiting, leather jackets, and streamlined silhouettes, Miller dedicated a segment of her show to pared-down looks suitable for casual Fridays. Double-breasted crepe pantsuits and boyfriend jackets paired with silk blouses are great for work, but Millers’s girl knows how to cut loose too. The majority of the collection skewed girly with a touch of grunge; oversize plaid dresses peeked out beneath tangerine puffers, camo miniskirts contrasted with glossy raincoats, and eagle prints added charm to flirty pleated dresses. In lace-up high boots and a black leather mini, Jazzelle Zanaughtti embodied the season’s androgynous muse, but the collection’s edginess gave way to something softer. Finishing with a round of cheerful flower prints worn head-to-toe in clashing blocks of color followed by patch-covered dresses with transparent overlay, Miller ended things on an optimistic note.
NICOLE MILLER PRE-FALL 2018 READY-TO-WEAR COLLECTION
Nicole Miller knows better than to fall too deeply into a nostalgia spiral. After discovering a veritable treasure trove of vintage Holiday magazines in her parents’ attic, Miller didn’t channel dated ’60s silhouettes or souvenir jackets as other designers might have done. Instead, she merged the idea of travel with already trendy concepts. Bright, fun florals happily clashed on day-to-evening dresses, while a leather moto jacket came with straps so it can be worn off-the-shoulder. Jeans were slim, dresses were flirty, and everything had a real-world ease to it. This strain of no-fuss fashion has become Miller’s calling card of late; buy one of her items and you have a guarantee that you’ll look of-the-moment and be comfortable too.
That might sound like a slight, but real clothes for real people are really in right now. (See the proliferation of leggings, athleisure, hoodies, blazers, et cetera on the runways.) With that in mind, it would serve the brand to stop hunting for big, broad seasonal themes and instead focus that energy on developing its core offering further. Those mash-up floral dresses are candy for women of all ages, occupations, and obsessions. What was less successful was a series of cargo jackets and skirts with beaded airplane embroideries or a passport-stamp print dress. Any woman would trade dressing like an airplane for having something chic to wear on an airplane in an instant.
We’ve downloaded ALL items that are available now on Nicole Miller‘s site. The entire collection available at NicoleMiller.com will be found below all of the looks and storefront. Please scroll down for all styles.
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