With habitual wit and whimsy, Julien David continued to oscillate between street and formal, presenting a lineup of intriguing fabric combinations. An unusual hand-cut “hairy wool” was used on skirts, dresses and the removable collars of overcoats and shirts. Extra-dense velvet looked youthful on curve-hugging miniskirts, while a series of slightly oversize double-breasted wool coats could transition between an exec and cool, urban girl alike. David’s clever, approachable collection was rounded off with a lightweight plumetis fabric. Veiled nonchalantly over an extra-soft silk twill blouse, sweater and even jumpsuit, the looks had bestseller written all over them.

With habitual wit and whimsy, Julien David continued to oscillate between street and formal, presenting a lineup of intriguing fabric combinations. An unusual hand-cut “hairy wool” was used on skirts, dresses and the removable collars of overcoats and shirts. Extra-dense velvet looked youthful on curve-hugging miniskirts, while a series of slightly oversize double-breasted wool coats could transition between an exec and cool, urban girl alike. David’s clever, approachable collection was rounded off with a lightweight plumetis fabric. Veiled nonchalantly over an extra-soft silk twill blouse, sweater and even jumpsuit, the looks had bestseller written all over them.

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