Project Runway Designer Nick Verreos Launches a Chic Dress Collection

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NV Nick Verreos Dress Collection

NV Nick Verreos Dress Collection

Project Runway designer Nick Verreos has been a fixture on the celebrity red carpet with his gorgeous NIKOLAKI collection.  Celebrities like Heidi Klum, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Beyoncé, and Eva Longoria have all been spotted wearing Nick’s glamorous gowns.    Why has Nick been such a celeb favorite? Because his designs are so flattering.  It’s all about the draping with Nick. Now his designs will be available to  all fashionistas at a reasonable price via a new dress collection he has launched for Spring/Summer 2013.  The dresses are on sale now at Dillard’s and Lord & Taylor. 
The new collection features the designer’s trademark grecian goddess style dresses plus colorful prints.  I think most consumers will find the NV Nick Verreos brand to be an attractive collection of bright, feminine, and sophisticated dresses for the spring season. So what inspired the designer? The collection’s  vivid, bright pops of color and graphic prints  were inspired by the beautiful Amalfi Coast and the Italian Riviera.  “Whether you are having a girl’s night out or even going on a job interview, these dresses are meant to give you an ego boost. I guarantee they’ll make you feel confident, stylish, a little glam and maybe even sexy,” says the designer.   Um, the job interview maybe  a bit of a leap, but I agree these are great looking cocktail dresses.  The collection features strong, structured silhouettes and Body Con dresses enhanced with embellished waistbands and shoulder details.
Look for the NV Nick Verreos  dress collection at Dillard’s and Lord & Taylor stores and websites.  The collection ranges in price from $108 – $168.  Learn more about the collection via our exclusive interview with the designer!

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