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NYFW: Oribe at Nicole Miller F/W 2019

Maggie Mulhern | February 8, 2019 | 9:38 AM
Texture by Oribe at Nicole Miller F/W 2019
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Kien Hoang backstage at Nicole Miller for the F/W 2019 collection.
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One of the most exciting trends we are seeing at the fall and winter collections during NYFW is the celebration of texture. It was particularly noticeable backstage at Nicole Miller where Oribe Director of Training & Content, Kien Hoang, embraced natural curl and used a variety of Oribe products to enhance each shape to create low-maintenance, downtown-girl styles. 

MODERN met with Hoang backstage to learn more about the look. Check out this video to see the two textures that he sees as important trends for 2019:

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