Influenced by the early work of minimal artist Dan Flavin, Jason Wu’s pre-fall 2015 collection features sleek lines and graphic prints.
Wu believes in the simplicity and sophistication of that silhouette, and it rematerialized in double-face cashmere embellished with tiny hand-tacked slits like the tracery lines on Flavin’s paintings.
This preseason, the designer focuses on outerwear as well as daytime looks in a color palette of cobalt blue, black, white and neutrals. He used the same double-face material for a shawl-collared tuxedo with wide-legged trousers that will be as comfy as your favorite sweats.
From a leather trench paired with a turtleneck to a beaded evening gown in green, the Jason Wu woman is prepared for whatever comes her way in these elegant looks.