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Day Two: Jules Power & Preloved at LG Fashion Week 2010

April 5, 2010

About one week behind, but better late than never, Day Two of the LGFW, featuring Jules Power and Preloved.

Let’s start with Jules Power. I loved that this collection was a little bit of both casual and classic. It had office wear, casual wear and even bumming-around-in-my-house-on-a-Sunday wear. A very 60’s inspired collection had me in awe. I would pretty much wear anything she had on that runway – and I don’t say that too often. Very sweet indeed 🙂

Photo Credit - George Pimentel

Photo Credit - George Pimentel

Next, but definitely not least, was the Preloved collection. For those of you who don’t know this line, here’s a little bit of information about Preloved. Founder Julia Grieve and Creative Director Peter Friesen take vintage fabrics and turn them into fashion masterpieces. This very avant-garde concept is a fresh take on fashion as well as sustainability. What I loved about this seasons’ collection? Besides the sexy librarian look, I absolutely loved the socks and the sandals – traditionally known as a faux pas – the cowl necks, wool knits and scarves! But you don’t have to take it from me, see for yourself.

-M

Photo Credit - George Pimentel

Photo Credit - George Pimentel

Photo Credit - George Pimentel

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  1. April 29, 2010 12:31 AM

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