Zulily Creative Director Debuts Women's Clothing Line

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!--paging_filter--pMeet Lu (a href="http://www.thisislu.us" target="_blank"thisislu.us/a), the debut clothing line by Zulily creative director Jenny Fort (“Lu” is her middle name). Constructed with men’s wool suiting and forgiving ponte knit fabrics, the line is composed of eight loose and slightly deconstructed pieces, which include dresses, shorts, pants, shirts and one super on-trend jumpsuit, ranging in price from $98 to $325. “I couldn’t find things to fit my lifestyle,” Fort says. “Inbsp;wanted clothes that I could put on quickly and feel superconfident in.” Elements of the line include exposed zippers, drop-crotch details, pockets, asymmetrical lines, and unique pleating and seaming; pieces come in a dark and muted color palette of blue, gray, brown, black and mustard yellow—easy, chic, updated basics for the wardrobe of a woman who wants to be able to wear and go. Available at Momo (Chinatown–International District, 600 S Jackson St.; 206.329.4736; a href="http://momoseattle.blogspot.com/" target="_blank"momoseattle.com/a)./p

 

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