New York Fashion Week: Jason Wu, a case of outsized ambition
February 14, 2010 | 11:00 am
Jason Wu's fall collection was a case of outsized ambition. On the one hand, menswear-inspired separates strayed too far from the designer's comfort zone. On the other, couture-inspired Chantilly lace ball gowns (some with padded hips) overwhelmed his tiny, poorly lit runway.
Daywear fell flat with boxy jackets in too-heavy mohair, fold-over-waist pegged trousers and unremarkable draped wool plaid skirts. Only his cocktail dresses hinted at what could have been, the best in a blush-colored gauze that looked like spun sugar.
-- Booth Moore in New YorkFacebook and Twitter
Photos from Jason Wu's fall 2010 runway. Credit: Richard Drew / Associated Press