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A couple of weeks ago, we were excited to discover that beloved designer Jason Wu was collaborating with Lancôme to create a line of makeup, and now we have more than just a sneak peak: below are photos of every singe item from the 15-piece collection.
Marc Jacobs‘ Bleecker Street beauty store is officially open for business, but don’t go blowing your quarterly lipstick budget in one fell swoop – Jason Wu’s is out in September. The designer announced back in February that he was teaming up with Lancôme on a cosmetics line, joining the ranks of L’Wren Scott, Jenny Packham and Alber Elbaz by testing the waters of powders, palettes and polishes.
Jason Wu, always finding new ways to make us jealous.
Here’s Chapter Three in today’s industry shakeup saga.
Even if you don’t have six-figures to shell out to add a Nate Lowman bullet-hole piece to your burgeoning art collection, or even four for a silken Jason Wu stunner, you can still get a piece of both with the new tee they’ve created to benefit ACRIA, a community initiative for AIDS research.
Two gowns, two gals, two galas. And while both wore black, Nicole Kidman and Kerry Washington delivered two very different looks.
When Michelle Obama opted for a Jason Wu dress once again for the Inaugural Ball, the designer solidified his status as the first lady’s favorite. But he wasn’t so certain that the dress would work out.
To say that Jason Wu is having a good night would be a huge understatement. Not only did Michelle Obama wear the designer four years ago at the 2009 Inaugural Ball, but she did it again tonight. And of course, she was stunning.
Tune in with us to assess the style choices of Hollywood’s major players at tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony.
It was a battle of the coasts again last night — designers and models stepped out in New York to fête the Museum Of Chinese in America while celebs and artists did their thing at the KIIS FM Jingle Ball in Los Angeles. Let’s take a look.
The pleated neckline, the slim-fit…we thought something looked familiar.
Images of Jason Wu‘s inaugural lower-priced Miss Wu collection are still tightly under wraps, which is understandable since the duds won’t hit Nordstroms nationwide (and online!) until January 2013. But, lucky us, we got to preview the line yesterday and speak to the designer about the highly covetable collection.
Jason Wu, the designer who shot onto the fashion A-list thanks in part to Michelle Obama, is partnering up with Nordstrom on a younger, hipper diffusion line called Miss Wu, set to hit stores in spring.
Michelle Williams and Emma Stone always rock the red carpet with their own distinct style. So when the two leading ladies stepped out in floral frocks on Thursday, we naturally had to pose the following question: who wore the style better?
Thank your lucky stars, lovers of fashion collaborations! Word has it that Target has fulfilled it’s promise to restock its online store with pieces of its collaboration with Jason Wu, which means you’d better find your credit cards and get near a computer fast.
Are you wondering how those 11,000 Jason Wu for Target items ended up on eBay in a matter of a day? It’s because of people who did things like buy out the entire Jason Wu stock in a midtown Miami store.