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4911 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68132
USA

(402) 551-4831

As a boutique specializing in European and domestic collections, Nan C. has strived for over 25 years to create a one on one customer experience. We want our clients personal style to shine through in impeccable fashion. Because of you, our customers, we have many years doing what we love...providing fashion that suits your lifestyle.

Together, we will provide the assistance to simplify your shopping experience. We value you business and have grown from our clients friendship. thank you for your continued support in the past and into the future.

We are a luxury women's boutique located in the center of Omaha, Nebraska.  We carry brands such as;  Brunello Cucinelli, Lida Baday, Gimos, Veronica Beard, Herno, Hache & Organic by John Patrick.

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Omaha fashion blog for Nan C., a luxury women's boutique located in the center of Omaha, Nebraska.  Our brands include Brunello Cucinelli, Fabiana Filippi, Herno, Maliparmi, Colombo Cashmere, Organic by John Patrick & Peserico.

NAN C. SPRING/SUMMER 2018 TRUNK SHOWS

Nan C

Fabiana Filippi

Tuesday. October 3rd
&
Wednesday, October 4th

PESERICO

Tuesday, October 10th
&
Wednesday, October 11th

Brunello cucinelli

Tuesday, October 17th
&
Wednesday, October 18th

Dorothee Schumacher

Wednesday, October 25th
&
Thursday, October 26th
Please call (402) 551-4831 or email info@shopnanc.com to schedule an appointment!

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI FALL/WINTER 2017 PRESENTATION

Nan C

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The design team worked the collection around the concept of exploration; it is intended to represent a positive outlook and an open mind toward diversity. “Inclusive combinations—respectful of different ages, races, [and] cultures—that is what it’s all about,” explained Cucinelli. Masculine references were lightened and graced with a feminine, sensual flair; military elements were softened by lace, embroidery, feathers, or vintage trimmings. Knitwear in precious alpaca, cashmere, and mohair was given a fluffy texture, as if it were a protective vellum. To enhance the inclusivity factor, shapes and volumes had gently oversize and comfortable proportions, appealing to a variety of body types without detracting from a stylish, cool attitude. Sporty inspiration was tempered by urban, utilitarian touches, as in a shearling biker jacket with a textured, antique gold metallic shine. It appeared effortless and substantial, made for real women who handle everyday challenges gracefully—managing to look good in the here and now, not in some fantasy disconnected from reality.
— Vogue.com