The 2 lines are so different. I view the Jacqueline Conoir line as the grown up. The clothes are great for someone who is looking to look more professional, older women, and ladies who have a more conservative outlook on fashion and style.
The collection was full of colour, from aubergine to blue, and also had tons of prints. The dresses ranged from maxi, to short, and to wrap - reminding me of Diane von Furstenberg.
JAC is the opposite. Not to say that it's the little kid, but the line does have a younger and edgier aesthetic. It definitely suits my personal style more, but, like I said, the Jacqueline Conoir line would be perfect for my office. There are even some pieces that could be worn to be a bit edgier.
The JAC collection had a lot more separates, making them inter-changeable with each other. The palette was noticeably more neutral, making for easy transition from day to night.
Thanks to LJ PR for providing the photos and for organizing such a great show.