Fashion Turns To TV With Christian Cowan’s ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Collection

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“I’m so lucky to have the opportunity to create a collection inspired by characters that advocate for sisterhood and positivity,” says Cowan.
Avon Dorsey Mar, 11, 2019

In celebration of International Women’s Day, fashion designer Christian Cowan presented a high-voltage runway show inspired by The Powerpuff Girls cartoon series.

With the company’s dedicated capsule collection launching in Los Angeles, the fashion show dazzled with bright, bold dresses and skirts and jackets embellished with sequins, crystals and feathers.

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Styled by Patti Wilson, Cowan’s show featured celebrity models including Maye Musk and Paris Hilton along with glittering front-row stars such as Skai Jackson and Tinashe.

Skai Jackson attends Christian Cowan's 'Powerpuff Girls' event in Los Angeles. (Photo: Getty Images)

Known for dressing Nicki Minaj and Cardi B., as well as Beyoncé, Cowan took notes from the Cartoon Network’s three superheroes and highlighted their aesthetic in his show, describing it as “supporting one another and kicking butt no matter your age, size or gender.”

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A runway look from Christian Cowan's 'Powerpuff Girls' event in Los Angeles. (Photo: Getty Images)

“I grew up watching The Powerpuff Girls, and I am so lucky to have the opportunity to create a collection inspired by characters that advocate for sisterhood and positivity,” adds Cowan.

A runway look from Christian Cowan's 'Powerpuff Girls' event in Los Angeles. (Photo: Getty Images)

Further supporting women and gender equality, The Powerpuff Girls x Christian Cowan collection will benefit the nonprofit organization She’s the First (STF).