Italian designer Nina Ricci founded her label in 1932 in Paris. The brand honed in on its signature romantic style and gradually expanded over the forthcoming decades until Olivier Theyskens took to the creative helm in 2006. When former Rochas designer, Theyskens, took over Nina Ricci became increasingly popular as he built upon the house’s delicate, feminine style but with added punk rock edge. 2010 marked another change in the Ricci house as Louis Vuitton designer Peter Copping was appointed creative director. Inject a little romance into your wardrobe with floral wedges, ruched dresses and suede shoulder bags.