Jason Wu wows with moody hues in his Spring 2016 collection
You might be seeing creamy pastels and bright colors heading down other runways, but Jason Wu is keeping the moody hues from fall and carrying them right into spring with his Spring/Summer 2016 ready to wear collection that debuted today, September 11.
Black and white dominated in the form of ruffled skirts, tiered dresses and feminine separates. Cognac and rust -- along with a few floral prints -- peppered the collection with color. But the standout shade was the rich, earthy teal green. Wu also kept his textures interesting by mixing in python print, ribbed and marled knits, crepe-like organza, sheer panels and feathered trims.
Models oozed cool girl vibes with fresh faces, barely there makeup and slicked back buns, accentuated only by a classic red matte pout.
If you can't wait for next year to get the look, you're in luck! Wu's collection undoubtedly channeled all things mid-century, which is having a bit of a moment right now. From home decor and furniture to the resurgence of styles and colors from the 50s, 60s and 70s in stores right now, there's no shortage of these colors on the racks for fall.
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