Jason Wu

With a pretty, polished take on classic American sportswear, Jason Wu tempers his romantic bent with an unmistakable air of refinement. Following the 2007 launch of his ready-to-wear collection, New York-based Wu would soon go on to dress First Lady Michelle Obama and win the 2010 Swarovski Award for Womenswear at the CFDA Fashion Awards. Known for his keen attention to detail and impeccable craftsmanship, Wu dresses a worldly, fiercely feminine city girl. From flowy trousers paired with a flouncy silk shell to slim, below-the-knee skirts slit to show off a bit of skin, Wu’s SS15 collection played up easy elegance with hints of come-hither chic.

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It’s all about playing with shapes, angles and colour

Taiwanese-born fashion designer Jason Wu launched his first collection in 2006 where he later won the 2008 Fashion Group International’s Rising Star Award. His early clients included the likes of Ivana Trump, Amber Valletta and January Jones, and he soon became Art Director of womenswear for prolific German fashion house Hugo Boss. Perhaps one of his biggest achievements to date is designing Michelle Obama’s dress for the November 2008 election and seeing her in several of his pieces since. Take the technical expertise of an illustrious couturier with an eye for the season’s freshest trends and you have Jason Wu’s feminine line of gorgeous feminine dresses.

Feminine silhouettes that bring timeless appeal to his eponymous line

With cream fil coupe tailored dresses, nude-coloured silk chiffon dresses and silk gauze floor-length gowns in hues of yellow, there’s no reason not to look your best this season. Jason Wu’s black pencil wrap skirt also serves perfectly as a trendy alternative to your regular office wardrobe.