Jules Power exudes sex appeal in debut at Fashion Week
Jules Power rocked my world. How could she not? With unicorns, plaid and denim, she was really speaking my language.
Comfort was the message - slouchy sweat pants were commercial and wearable, even during the light of day, while models exuded sex appeal in denim tunics and sweat shirts -paired with leopard leggings or a plaid wool short, the look could not be more casual.
What I liked most about the collection was its commercial appeal - Jules created wearable looks, similar to A.P.C and Opening Ceremony that showed she is Toronto's answer to luxury basics. Her previous design experience showed - each piece was impeccably crafted and figure-friendly, but one spectator said he might have liked to "see more ass." I guess you really can't win them all.
The collection boasted cotton jersey tops, art-nouveau leggings, unicorn print tunics and beautiful wrap shearling jackets - a collection where women of all sizes could have their pick.
Unforunately, there was no menswear to speak of, but I want one of everything. Kevin by Jules Power? It has a certain ring to it. We'll start Monday.