Jason Wu woos the crowd at New York Fashion Week showing the versatility of solid colors with elegant fringe and bold ruffles. Wu’s Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection was a big hit as he styled models in forest greens, deep reds and rusty orange in every type of fabric from leather to soft tweeds and linen.
With over 100 Pins his spring collection is already creating quite a buzz with outfits designed to designed to mix and match, showing deep red linen vest tops, green leather python-skin dresses with bold ruffles and slimming black camisole dresses.
All pulled together with the smart look cream & black python-skin Suvi Shopper handbags and colorful Diane minis created for versatility for utility.
JW is best known for producing both of Michelle Obama’s inaugural gowns and states, “I create clothes for women who are not only fiercely fashionable but also own their power and femininity, but the heart of my collection will always be the craftsmanship; everything starts from my obsession for details.”
Since the debut of his Ready-to-Wear collection in 2007, Jason has been putting love in the details for stars like actress Reese Witherspoon, singer/songwriter Alicia Keys and now Tony Award winning actress Patina Miller has joined the fiercely fashionable roster as she takes a pose backstage in a blue sleeveless dress at Wu’s show last week.
This year mid-century furniture and photography were his inspiration as Wu as he tells Vogue, “I was really inspired by mid-century furniture genre and pictures of John Rawlings.
There’s really something quite elegant and glamorous about the mood of spring.” Wu continues to make details the focal point of his designs stating, “For me it’s always in the details and the most important details are the ones the woman wearing should discover and not to be overly loud, but to embrace personality. There’s something to be said about that.” JW’s Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection will be hitting stores soon. See more from his timeless collections at Jason Wu Studio.