Karen Elson opening the Jason Wu fashion show in the NYFW s/s '14. This could only be a success. The half Taiwanese half Canadian designer presented one of the most suggesting and ellegantly provocative collections of the season.
With the predominance of neutral colors, the white, grey, nude, black, blue navy... all formed a seductive chain of beautiful outfits ready-to-wear.
No patchworks, printed textiles or images. His clothes played a game when insinuating a fagil body under all those such delicade dresses that look to break at any time.
Shining evening dresses, not really short but with a sexy neckline and a lot of provocative transparencies. It seems that the time of outdoor lingery is not over yet. Clothes which years ago would have been cataloged as nightgowns, now they landed to the city of blinding lights to be worn on the streets.
With no prejudices: taking out the sexy in the women's body and dressing the cosmopolitan.
On the other side we find sober masculine costumes with a perfect clean cut, raincoats and warm militar jackets redefining the collection as versatile primarily, and with an exquisite taste too.
Song of the day: Trentemøller – Miss You