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Richard Nicoll x Fred Perry Laurel Wreath

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Equestrian-chic styling dominates Richard Nicoll's final collection for Fred Perry Laurel Wreath, which goes on sale in stores and online today.

Inspired by the idea of British eccentricity, fashion designer Nicoll has created a whimsical equestrian print - featuring a running horse, riding helmet and horse shoe, all interlaced with Fred Perry's signature laurel wreath - for his fourth and final collection for the Fred Perry Laurel Wreath range.

Perfectly timed for all the London Olympic show-jumping and dressage action over at the stadium in Greenwich, the equestrian-themed autumn/winter 2012 collection, which launches today, features a selection of silk dresses and blouses, embellished knitwear, a duffle coat and bomber jacket, as well as shoes and accessories.

Marrying Nicoll's catwalk sensibilities with Fred Perry's classic designs, the rosette-worthy Laurel Wreath collection is just the ticket for the new season.

For more information and to shop the new Fred Perry Laurel Wreath by Richard Nicoll range, head to fredperry.com

What do you think? Which are your favourite pieces from the Richard Nicoll for Fred Perry Laurel Wreath collection? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter @StylistMagazine or in the comments section below

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