Jason Wu’s show is always one of the highlights of New York Fashion Week and you can trust the designer to bring in the big stars – this year was no different. His stunning autumn/winter 2015 collection was presented yesterday and he drew in many a fashionista.
Wu’s fave supermodel Karlie Kloss strutted down the catwalk in an amazing khaki skirt with a serious split, patent ankle boots and a belted fur gilet. The leggy supermodel sported a fresh-faced beauty look, looking totally natural with just a touch of mascara and her blonde tresses styled up all loose and sexy.
Walking the catwalk with her was Binx Walton – whose rise to supermodel stardom grows each season. She too was sporting loose and natural hair with a barely there face of make-up. The stunning contrast between her get-out-of-bed beauty and the seriously sexy gown she donned showed us just one of the many reasons why Jason Wu is one of New York’s best loved designers. Her mid-length black pencil dress was complete with laser cut-out detail and teamed with elegant black courts and a leather clutch. She looked ready for a glam night out and we would definitely kill to dress up in that this Valentine’s Day.
Watching the stunning models show off the collection was – of course – a very fashionable front row. Emily Ratajkowski looked absolutely gorgeous in a demure skater dress. The usually slinky-dressed star stunned in the teal-hued dress, which she paired with simple black heels and a perfectly complimentary orange bag. It was a new look for the actress and one which we absolutely loved. She also plumped for a very high ponytail and minimal make-up, showing off that natural beauty which she is so famous for.
Also taking in the show was Leigh Lezark who looked sensational as she matched her jacket to her coat (why didn’t we think of that?) Simple black jeans, black courts and a white polo-neck were completed with a matching monochrome printed jacket and long coat. She finished it all off with an electric blue clutch and ensured that Jason Wu had one of the best-dressed FROWs so far.
By Amy de Klerk