Jason Wu RTW Spring 2019
2 monthes ago - By WWD
“After a decade in business, it's important to reevaluate,” said Jason Wu. “I felt like we needed to bring everything back in, in order to go forward.“ Part of that idea is his recent re-branding, revealed earlier in the week at his luxury priced Jason Wu Collection presentation.
Wu is looking ahead, and opening a store in Shanghai next year got him thinking about his contemporary range (formerly Grey Jason Wu, now re-branded as Jason Wu), and how it will sit in the same space as his luxury pieces for the first time. The re-brand is part of his strategy for a streamlined Wu world.
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