The collection Bouchra Jarrar showed on Thursday by appointment in her Paris studio should not be considered a diffusion line or capsule, but rather a slightly more affordable extension of the luxury ready-to-wear she showed during couture. Going forward, Jarrar will show her wares in two parts: the more lavish (Lesage embroideries, feathers) on the couture circuit, and its simplified, chicly tailored sibling during ready-to-wear. This tight, appealing lineup — all made in France — included a little black knit dress with a wasp waist, A-line skirt and gathered detail down the spine; classic sweaters that walked a slightly preppy line, and a little shift with graphic linear details, that will easily be at home in a working woman’s everyday wardrobe.

The collection Bouchra Jarrar showed on Thursday by appointment in her Paris studio should not be considered a diffusion line or capsule, but rather a slightly more affordable extension of the luxury ready-to-wear she showed during couture. Going forward, Jarrar will show her wares in two parts: the more lavish (Lesage embroideries, feathers) on the couture circuit, and its simplified, chicly tailored sibling during ready-to-wear. This tight, appealing lineup — all made in France — included a little black knit dress with a wasp waist, A-line skirt and gathered detail down the spine; classic sweaters that walked a slightly preppy line, and a little shift with graphic linear details, that will easily be at home in a working woman’s everyday wardrobe.

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