New York Fashion Week: Jason Wu, Jeremy Scott
Modern Jason Wu leaves and returns to the classic format of New York Fashion Week. According to the designer, this does not prevent him from innovating in his collections.
“The collection will be easier than what you saw before. It will be a more casual collection, ” – Jason Wu said.
In the new collection of Jason Wu you can see a lot of jersey. The study of this material was for the designer new. Inspiration Jason Wu drew in the designer of the early twentieth century Gres. So from dresses at Gres there were striped cotton dresses with an accent on a waist. As accents to them, Wu added pleated grafts, prints and placer strasses. There were also dresses-gowns, simple blazers, knitted sweaters and tight skirts.
The fashion show at New York Fashion Week for Jeremy Scott became an anniversary. The designer celebrates the 20th anniversary with his collection devoted to rave. Over the years, Jeremy Scott has managed to build a thriving business in the industry, as a fashionable outcast, organizing his own unscheduled fashion shows in Paris. Over the shoulders of Scott, the authorship of many fashionable novelties that designers are just beginning to use, while Jeremy Scott practiced their seasons ago. Casting with models of all nationalities, famous models, opening and closing fashion shows, the designer considered fashion not as an exclusive closed club for the rich and thin. He created a club, in which he invited everyone. The designer reworked all his achievements, merits and honors in a new collection.
Jeremy Scott, creating a new collection, was guided by his previous creations. So, on the podium you could see his famous motifs – deconstructivism, neon palette, bright prints, frills. In his interview before the show, Jeremy Scott said that he wants to return to the past, his old ideas.
In the collection of Jeremy Scott, you could see familiar playful elements. Cartoon prints on jeans, crystals and sequins, bright and massive accessories. Bright acid colors were replaced by camouflage prints. Not without the more restrained elements. Biker jackets, hoodies, body and huge T-shirts.