With access to Boss’ resources in men’s tailoring and shirts, Jason Wu provided a precise resort lineup featuring refreshingly feminine riffs on those categories with subtle architectural touches. A crisp white cotton shirtdress, for example, featured a tuxedo pleat detail on its torso and pleated skirt. Knits were another strong point, especially a white wool sweater teamed with a long pleated skirt, and a body-con dress in a graphic grid pattern.

For evening, Wu designed an elegant, form-fitting gray sequined gown — a look that already made a red carpet appearance last month on Diane Kruger at the Met Costume Institute Ball.

With access to Boss’ resources in men’s tailoring and shirts, Jason Wu provided a precise resort lineup featuring refreshingly feminine riffs on those categories with subtle architectural touches. A crisp white cotton shirtdress, for example, featured a tuxedo pleat detail on its torso and pleated skirt. Knits were another strong point, especially a white wool sweater teamed with a long pleated skirt, and a body-con dress in a graphic grid pattern.


For evening, Wu designed an elegant, form-fitting gray sequined gown — a look that already made a red carpet appearance last month on Diane Kruger at the Met Costume Institute Ball.

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