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Jan 21, 2015
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Richard Nicoll bows out of LFW FW15

Published
Jan 21, 2015

Richard Nicoll, the UK fashion designer who was born in London but grew up in Australia, will not be showing at London Fashion Week next month. The designer told Vogue UK that he will instead take a sabbatical to focus on other creative projects.

"The decision to skip a season was in order to consolidate my business strategy," said Nicoll. "In the 10 years that I have been doing my label, the fashion seasonal structure has changed a lot with increased seasons and commercial pressures. I feel it is the right time to pause and think of the best and the most relevant way forward for now."

Nicholl has been on the schedule for London Fashion Week since he first showed in February 2006. Last year, he was appointed Creative Director of Jack Wills, and he will continue to hold the position going forward.

Cajsa Lykke Carlson with Vogue UK

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