NEW YORK, United States — Jason Wu is set to take up the newly created position of Artistic Director for Hugo Boss' BOSS womenswear line, effective June 15, the company said in a statement. The 30-year-old, Taiwan-born designer, who founded his eponymous, New York-based label in 2007, will assume responsibility for all product and image-related components of Hugo Boss’ primary women's ready-to-wear and accessory lines.
Celebrated art director Patrick Li sat down with BoF to talk about his personal journey from a UC Berkeley student obsessed with music and architecture to the top of New York’s fashion media world.
NEW YORK, United States — With many European editors still stranded on the other side of the Atlantic due to a massive snowstorm that battered the northeast of the US, our trusty contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde brings us behind-the-scenes images from the Jason Wu, Helmut Lang, Suno and Rebecca Minkoff shows, held on the second day of New York Fashion Week. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business
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H&M to launch new concept stores in Spring (Reuters) “World number two fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz will launch an eagerly-awaited new chain of stores targeting women shoppers in the Spring, it said on Wednesday.” Jason Wu’s New Contemporary Label Miss Wu Is Already a Hit (Daily Beast) “Miss Wu is a departure for the designer, now 30, who emigrated from Taiwan at age 9, launched his namesake label in