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Model Sora Choi in a look that managed to be both goth and feminine, after the Jason Wu show SS2017.
Model Teddy Quinlivan vamped it up after the Jason Wu show in a vintage-inspired look that included a pencil skirt and custom Peels uniform shirt for “Theodora.” Love it.
You can always tell when models appreciate the runway makeup because, like Mali Koopman after the Jason Wu show, they leave it on when leaving the show instead of taking it off for the next one. A nude face and red lip are a good bet for summer beauty: simple but sophisticated.
Silk pleats in an abstract floral print are light and lovely for a summer day in Midtown, as seen on Helena Bordon at the Hugo Boss SS2016 show.
Warmer weather means it’s time to experiment with varying sleeve lengths and layers. Denni Elias played up an embroidered floral print top with the shorter jacket arms of a military coat at the Jason Wu show.
Isn’t it romantic? Fashion power couple Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner arrived at the Jason Wu show in New York in all black. They both have great Instagram feeds that detail their travels around the world.
It has been good to see Michelle Harper again this week at Jason Wu’s shows, both his namesake brand and his collection for Hugo Boss. At the Boss Womenswear show, she wore a green and black dress and green and black fur with Iris Apfel-esque big round sunglasses. Round lenses have been making a comeback in the fashion set.
As New York winter kicks into high gear, it’s time to review how to conquer the weather with style. Model Anmari Botha layered a black leather jacket under a 3/4 sleeve coat and over a black turtleneck and necklace last year at the Jason Wu show. This is a particularly good idea when it’s cold enough to wear your leather jacket even indoors.
Susie Bubble arrived at the Jason Wu show in a particularly brilliant combination of a print Marc Jacobs top, vest and skirt, Prada orange straw fringe bag and blue Louis Vuitton platform heels. Add some green framed sunglasses to top it off. Close up of that Prada bag after the jump. (more…)
Michelle Harper has the most amazing personal style that always seems to reference vintage, though her clothes are often by up-and-coming American designers. She’s like a 1920s flapper who’s been airlifted to modern times. At the Jason Wu show, she wore a black fur coat and a black turban with red lipstick, perfect for blowing a kiss in the snow.