Jason Wu: Fall 2013

Jason Wu: Fall 2013
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Jason Wu has forever been one of my favorite designers. Well, not forever. He’s under 30 and has only been in the spotlight for a few years, but in that short time, has proven that he is not to be trifled with.

To me, Jason Wu encompasses feminitiy and androgyny. His designs always have a perfect balance between sex appeal, classic silhouettes and power. This season, Jason Wu kept on with the black and white trend he’s been on since his Spring/Summer 2013 collections debuted.

Hints of red, camel, and cobalt were seen here and there, but his collection appeared to have a tuxedo look and feel to it Black and white with strong lines, leather, fur, feathers, lace patterns and of course, sheer fabrics.

My favorite look:

What do you think of this collection?

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