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Jason Wu Spring 2015

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Back in 2006 when Frida Giannini first proved herself at Gucci with her Fall collection for the house, Valentino staged his famous segmented show with stairs and multiple Kate Wax songs, John Galliano went nude and nothing but for Dior Spring 2006 - Could you honestly say that you knew who Jason Wu was? Or even what his signature look was? Surly you would find yourself saying "no".

Fast-forward a few years and quite a few seasons later, Jason Wu is a name that almost everyone knows. Owing a large portion of that status to First Lady Michelle Obama, you can also count his mixture of power, femininity, and the perfect dose of sensuality for most of his success today. Which is exactly what we saw for Spring 2015.

Venturing into all of the things a little girl dreams of, pinks, reds, polka dots, and feathers - Wu present a collection that would drive a girl insane (with pleasure of course) and make a grown woman feel right at home. Adding a Parisian flair the loose black headpieces and bold red lip, just as we saw at Dolce & Gabbana for Fall 2015, Michelle Obama will unbodulty be pleased. Most likely opting out for modified versions of the runway looks though. Seeing as a slightly sheer top or borderline micro mini, really doesn't scream "I am a First Lady".

Since there wasn't too much sheer here, we can count Jason Wu in for a half of a vote for sheering as a trend for next Spring. Body-con no where in sight.

Body-con Count: 1
Sheer Count: 1 1/2
Look Total: 2038
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2 Comments:

Sarah said...

Oh my! the headgear does scream Dolce & Gabbana. I love how his work is still clean and youthful. The feathered dresses really make my heart melt. I could do without the sheer pink tops though. For some reason, it's SO WRONG.

kingchic said...

It only takes one dress to catapult you and your business into the limelight. He's definitely not taking for granted his new found "fame" and proving to the industry "THIS is why she wore my gown!"

Uber feminine, uber chic, uber fun clothes in which NO woman can deny their beauty. ALL the feathered pieces are the showstoppers for me; specifically the last 2 frocks on Iris and Karlie. Just...stunning.

The re-occuring black sash/belts ultra-cinching those waists were really, for me, the perfect touch. Sometimes simple goes such a long way.

[K]

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