Some looks were ladylike, others tomboyish, in Julien David’s collection — from overprinted mannish checked shirts, big parkas and boyish shorts to supersize cotton foulards secured with ladylike rings and layered cotton tea skirts doused in old skool pixelized video game prints. Building on his unique point of view as a Tokyo-based French designer channeling a Japanese urban aesthetic, Julien David’s approach is all about reinterpreting street culture through a luxury lens. Here, he delivered in a well-crafted collection brimming with cool commercial promise.

Some looks were ladylike, others tomboyish, in Julien David’s collection — from overprinted mannish checked shirts, big parkas and boyish shorts to supersize cotton foulards secured with ladylike rings and layered cotton tea skirts doused in old skool pixelized video game prints. Building on his unique point of view as a Tokyo-based French designer channeling a Japanese urban aesthetic, Julien David’s approach is all about reinterpreting street culture through a luxury lens. Here, he delivered in a well-crafted collection brimming with cool commercial promise.

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