There’s always much to love from Nicholas K, even if the label does seem to turn out the same styles over and over: versatile deconstructions in sumptuous neutrals, punctuated by subtly edgy and inventive accessory components. Taking a step back and viewing the collection in thumbnail form, the line divides fairly easily into half a dozen color families, all exploring the same brand-characteristic silhouettes but with distinguishing embellishments and detailing. For me the winning sets came in the form of draping slate tones—steely greys and silvery blues layered three and four garments deep—and a handful of all-black ensembles. The hooded crop-jacket and shorts combination worked in nearly every incarnation, and the small pops of lobster-red and orange perked up the sleeker architectural looks.
Also check out from this line: First runway look in shimmering soft gold paired with a casual (but gorgeous) collared leather jacket, and the low-hanging geometric pendant necklaces in various linear formations.