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Jason Wu

The Week in Dresses

By Carla Challis

The trend: Exposé
Reveal and conceal with the sexiest way to flash the flesh. We’re not talking giant cut-outs or whole areas exposed, more a carefully placed slash or accented cut-outs – Elizabeth BanksBill Blass LBD is a prime example. For those more daring, make like Kate Bosworth and show off a toned middriff, which she did in a folk-inspired Alturazza Fall 2012 folk. The less confident can take a leaf out of Zoe Saldana’s book who revealed and concealed with sheer panels on her Prabal Gurung.

Dare to bare with these hot little numbers:

From left: Carven Striped Cut Out Dress,  Temperley London Astrid Dress, Gorgeous Couture The Alexis Dress

The trend: Easy embellishment
An entirely embellished dress means high glamour stakes right? Wrong. Rachel Zoe, Kristen Bell and Erin Fetherstone chose relaxed, almost slouchy dresses to bring a laid back air to otherwise stuffy, super luxe sequinned gowns. A loose fitting kaftan-style dress, like Rachel Zoe‘s own designed black and silver version or opt for a t-shirt style like Kristen Bell‘s Reem Acra or opt for Erin Fetherstone’s short and flirty vest dress.

Show sequins who’s boss in these equally easy embellished choices:

From left: Alice and Olivia Nala Knit Dress,  See by Chloe Black Sequinned Dress, Anna Sui Klimt Sequinned Dress

The trend: True blue
Peacock, aqua, cornflower, periwinkle – everyone was feeling blue this week with every shade featured. Jessica Stam chose a sapphire blue Jason Wu to showcase her new darker locks, mixing it with black lace for a delightfully witchy vibe. In complete contrast, Heather Graham‘s custom made Nicole Miller cornflower blue gown was unashamedly girly, full of frills and ruffles and Hilary Rhoda went tri-blue with a colour blocked Rebecca Minkoff formal frock in azure, navy and sky.

Show your true colours in these blessedly blue dresses:

From left: Dina Bar-El Eleni Gown,  Marchesa Notte Silk Frill Detail Gown, Erdem Moe Dress

Jason Wu: AW10

For Fall 2010, Jason Wu showcased an amazing collection that had a menswear inspired theme running across it. It wasn’t the usual princess dresses that we have grown acustomed to seeing at his shows and he clearly was trying to demonstrate that he has a lot more to offer the industry with this collection which had a bit of everything.

Aside from the menswear inspired outerwear looks which were mainly centred and inspired by the late photographer Irving Penn, we were also very drown to the dresses. Penn was also Wu’s muse this season and his photograph’s were used as an influence on some of Wu’s dresses for the collection; this was quite evident in the black and white bubble dress with a cigarette-burn print that appeared as polka dots from a distance. The men’s oversized blazer over a dress was also a nice touch and it highlighted the thought process that had gone into the making of this collection.

A few of our favourite dresses were the off-the-shoulder with pheasant feathers in-between the layers of tulle, the satin dresses with the gold leafing and a plume-print silk tulle strapless number. We would have prefered a less colourful runway though because we felt it clashed with Wu’s palette but overall it was a job well done for a collection that had so many wearable pieces.

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