Where We Were: Jason Wu Trunk Show

A tour through looks from the designer's Spring, Resort and Fall 2010 Collections.

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The Jason Wu Fall 2010 Trunk Show hit Nordstrom NorthPark last Friday. From cocktail dresses to couture gowns, each piece reflected the designer's unique perspective and signature attention to detail.
Jason Wu Studio executive Devin Winter was on hand to walk clients through the show. He explained that Wu is now focusing his efforts on expanding the line into a "lifestyle brand and collection". To that end, eyewear and sunglasses are now available, and shoes will launch in Spring 2011.
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The golden gown worn by Diane Kruger at the 2010 SAG Awards was front-and-center at the trunk show. Clients could order one for their own red carpet moment in gold, black or magenta.
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The "Michelle" dress features leather detailing at the bodice.
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Wu's ultra-soft "boyfriend cardigans" are a perennial favorite, and several styles were on display at the show.
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Looks from Wu's Spring and Resort 2010 Collections were also showcased.
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The haunting print and yellow stitching here were inspired by Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas".
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Another look from Wu's Spring 2010 Collection flaunted peach ostrich feathers.
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Winter explained that, in many cases, Wu's creative detail work aims to keep a look playful and fun.
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The stunning "Nara" dress in "Papua" print features an ascot neckline.
This "Iris" dress is from the studio's Archive Collection. The pretty, timeless shift's twisted neckline is another Wu signature.
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Other looks in the Archive Collection reflect Wu's use of rich and varied textiles. "Jason really works with technology," Winter explained of the designer's innovative fabrics.
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