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NYFW: Jason Wu Spring 2020

all images by Alessandro Lucioni c/o | courtesy of Vogue

After a year and a half away from the catwalks, Jason Wu returns with the Spring 2020 collection, presenting clothes that seem to respect the sustainability orientation that many designers have started to follow in recent times.

Describing the collection, the designer stated that most of the fabrics used in the composition, including the fine habotai silk, has been subjected to precise washing techniques that have defined the crinkly effect visible on some clothes and jackets.

Nature surrounds the setting, the atmosphere is surrounded by flowery bushes, a theme equally present in floral prints and colors shades which evoke natural palettes.

words Ludovica Mucci


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