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Jason Wu

Jason Wu
Jason Wu is the designer of Michelle Obama's inaugural ball gown. Wu was born in Taiwan and works in Manhattan.
Jason Wu is the designer of Michelle Obama's inaugural ball gown. Wu was born in Taiwan and works in Manhattan. « Show less

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  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Couture turns to the East. Jason Wu's inspirations. Bono may do ad for Vuitton. And the Kardashians...again.

     
    With Americans and Europeans opting often for ready-to-wear, design houses are increasingly turning to fashion-savvy consumers in Russia and the Middle East to fill the void. [Wall Street Journal] Books, movies, travel, sculpture...Designer Jason Wu,...
  • What to expect in stores from the spring runway shows

    What to expect in stores from the spring runway shows
    Say "so long" to short skirts and hello (again) to the 1970s. Get ready to banish black from your wardrobe and get creative with color. Now that the spring runway shows are over in New York, Milan and Paris, it's up to department store fashion...
  • Online flash sales and private sales

    Like Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's, private sale sites are starting to carve out their own identities in the retail world. Here is the rundown on a few of the top sites. All times listed are Pacific time. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • New York Fashion Week: Women's wear turns a page

    New York Fashion Week: Women's wear turns a page
    "Elegant American sportswear." Those are the words that best sum up the recent spring 2011 runway shows in New York. A new generation of designers has turned the page here, led by Alexander Wang, who has figured out what people want and how much they...
  • New York runways: Trends for fall-winter 2011 women's wear

    New York runways: Trends for fall-winter 2011 women's wear
    Reporting from New York The women's fall/winter 2011 runway season started in New York a little more than a week ago with more than 100 shows. Several themes emerged, including a dressed-up mademoiselle chic and Western romance. Bright color clashing...
  • Fashion Diary: Retail buyers say what's hot, what's not for fall

    Fashion Diary: Retail buyers say what's hot, what's not for fall
    After four weeks of runway shows parading designers' visions for this coming fall and winter, here's what retail buyers — who will bring the looks home to you — are saying. Amanda Brooks, fashion director, Barneys New York The season's big...
  • Five trends in women's fashion this fall

    Five trends in women's fashion this fall
    Distilling dozens of designer collections isn't easy. But after a month-long cavalcade of fashion weeks in the style capitals of Paris, Milan, London and New York, here goes — our picks for the fall-winter 2011 season's top five trends. Caped...
  • Satine's Jeannie Lee expands into Tokyo, designs items for U.S. chain stores

    Satine's Jeannie Lee expands into Tokyo, designs items for U.S. chain stores
    At her 3rd Street boutique Satine, Jeannie Lee has been mixing luxury brands such as Alaia with lower-priced emerging designers such as Isabel Lu, refining an appealing high-low sensibility that's built a following for the last six years. Lee, a former...
  • New York Fashion Week review: Jason Wu's spring / summer 2010 runway

    New York Fashion Week review: Jason Wu's spring / summer 2010 runway
  • New York Fashion Week: Jason Wu, a case of outsized ambition

     
    Jason Wu's fall collection was a case of outsized ambition. On the one hand, menswear-inspired separates strayed too far from the designer's comfort zone. On the other, couture-inspired Chantilly lace ball gowns (some with padded hips) overwhelmed his...
  • New York Fashion Week: Zac Posen, Thakoon tire out while Peter Som gets his second wind

     
    With lackluster collections from Jason Wu, Thakoon Panichgul and Zac Posen, I was beginning to worry that New York Fashion Week was experiencing a young designer burnout. It's easy to see how it could happen, with the pressure to make......