Dear Shaded Viewers,
Inspired by abstract painting and the work of Sigmar Polke, Julie Paskal unveiled her latest collection on the first day of Paris Fashion Week, focusing on geometric shapes and laser-cut separates. Fluorescent tones, mainly pink, yellow and orange, added energy to her minimal garments, often trimmed with contrasting ruffles, a recurring trend this season. The dress seems to be the item Paskal enjoys reworking the most, from asymmetrical numbers to flared styles. If the collection had a feminine feel and desirable looks, it would have been nice to see some structured tailoring and sleek outerwear options to balance the prettiness.