Nina Ricci

Founded in 1932 by mother-and-son Maria “Nina” and Robert Ricci, the label quickly became synonymous with the ladylike uniformity and refinement quintessential to Parisian style. Though the fashion house has since lost its namesakes, it consistently offers followers a lesson in effortless femininity, as evident in the Odina Tote and La Rue Bag. However, nothing can top the success of the Le Marche, by far Nina Ricci’s most coveted piece. And as the brand moves into the new age of fashion, one thing is certain—the mother-son legacy surely lives on through their handbags and totes.

Nina Ricci

Founded in 1932 by mother-and-son Maria “Nina” and Robert Ricci, the label quickly became synonymous with the ladylike uniformity and refinement quintessential to Parisian style. Though the fashion house has since lost its namesakes, it consistently offers followers a lesson in effortless femininity, as evident in the Odina Tote and La Rue Bag. However, nothing can top the success of the Le Marche, by far Nina Ricci’s most coveted piece. And as the brand moves into the new age of fashion, one thing is certain—the mother-son legacy surely lives on through their handbags and totes.
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