NYFW AW15: Jason Wu

Jason Wu elevated the elegance he is becoming firmly renowned for among the Fifth Avenue set this season in New York. Presenting a collection to be remembered, Wu touted glam simplicity almost exclusively, primping this only with a tactile display of fuzzy AW fox and mink pelts.


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Tie-neck blouses in silk were young and fun and whilst they aren’t favoured by anyone else at the fore of the fashion pack, Wu gave us a reason why they are one of the best options for dressed up daywear. Soon after, it became blaringly and marvellously obvious that his vision was certainly about dressing up to the nines for the night and day simultaneously.

Covering sleek-cut dresses in matte crocodile was his follow-up attempt to market his new wardrobe essentials to a power-dressing clientele and more extraneous swathes of the lengthy guard hairs of silver fox drove this point right home. The Mackie-esque embellishments that shimmered from shoulder to heel and really livened up SS returned and became a welcome inclusion to an already decadently attired assortment.




A short and sweet trio of lipstick red lashings should keep the Wu woman warm next winter if all of the silk doesn’t emit enough warming luxury intensity. Certainly the toast of NY chic by now, for this season Wu personally owed it all to Catherine Deneuve, a totem of timeless style that he extolled soon after the show was through. The interplay of tame jumpsuits and a few choice skirt-suits made this air of fashion gentry grace evident.

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He ended things on a wild note with an abundant midnight onyx full fur and alongside the transparent slip dresses, Wu demonstrated that his winning codes strike a perfect balance between the credible classics and the very modish modern.  Glass loved, a lot.

by Liam Feltham

Images courtesy of Style.com

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