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Editorial

Rather than using specific inspirations, Jason Wu’s fashion is more about an idea of a wardrobe and how the brand’s style is perceived by those wearing it. Wu experimented by putting his clientele to the test; feathers for daywear were applied to tailored coats and impalpable dresses, maxi and mini-checks gave a masculine allure to coats and dresses with deep necklines and splits, colourful fur collars with buckle closures were teamed with severe jackets, coats and mini-dresses, and hemlines ranged from extra-long through midi to ultra-short. Amongst mainly dark shades and thick fabrics such as knit and flannel, appeared flashes of colour, floral prints and fine transparent slip dresses.