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Nina Ricci vs. Berthe Morisot
When we picture notable Impressionist painters, we undoubtedly think of men. Berthe Morisot, whose work stands beside that of Monet and Degas in the world's most important museums, broke the mold by being the first (and only) woman to show in the first Impressionist exhibition––a breath of fresh air in a veritable boys club. The Nina Ricci Spring 2014 collection, with its featherweight silks printed in watercolor florals, reminds us of the power of a feminine touch.