The Jason Wu Pre-Fall 2020 collection is centered around the theme of crafting a fabulous wardrobe. That means it’s complete with the everyday pieces, elevated basics, and standout styles you need in your repertoire. The newly-unveiled womenswear season lookbook is full of effortlessly-wearable garments, including chic blouses, edgy patterned dresses, sleek menswear-inspired styles, and a series of smart coats – including a particularly gorgeous trench coat. It’s all about those “elevated couture” details.
The range encompasses elegant options for parties, professional and polished pieces for office workwear, and some truly exceptional weekend looks – like a cozy sweater and wide-leg trousers. According to WWD, the designer was inspired by the Houston estate of architect Philip Johnson for this line. The property features decor of the contrasting minimalist/maximalist aesthetic by couturier Charles James.
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