Soft hues rendered in equally soft fabrics give Jun Escario‘s collection an easy appeal. It’s not hard to like something this pretty! Take this one look for instance: The cornflower blue wrap dress is loosely tied to expose the model’s breastbone and the sleeves are slashed all the way up to the elbow, yet the messy chignon and the loose pants project an air that’s self-assured and quietly strong. She’s the kind of woman who lets you know she’s in charge without having to raise her voice. This is the kind of confidence a Jun Escario creation gives her.
IMAGE Andrew Co
The entire line can be worn by any woman who wants to stand out; this woman looks cozy yet still sexy, and without having to resort to Kardashian-esque tights. There’s a blue top with fringe running from the shoulders down to the model’s wrists, a cropped shawl-collar cape with coordinating tunic and pants, an asymmetrical draped magenta top dotted with turquoise ostrich feathers resembling a sea anemone, and a lilac cowl-neck sleeveless top punctuated with a flounce in the same hue. It might sound like an eclectic mix, and at first glance you might think the individual looks cater to women with dissimilar tastes. But as a whole, the collection smartly forms a collective: all equally strong in their femininity who simply wants beautiful clothes they can actually move in—like a sculptural sleeveless vest with a neckline that can rival the fiercest of the competition.