Don’t expect extravaganza from Jason Wu. But if talking of contemporary elegance, this guy is a master of it. From Marlene Dietrich to Diana Vreeland on his mind, Wu presented a lady-like collection filled with chic lace, shoulder-exposing tops in beige and minimal floral mini-dresses. Of course, there is a spot for eveningwear – take the ecru silk dress with feather applications worn by the last season’s top-runway-walker, Lineisy Montero. In fact, at Jason Wu’s house even a duvet jacket looks alluring, when made of black velvet. As Jason Wu is usually called as the first luxurious brand to show during the New York fashion week, you instantly want to have a tea instead of coffee, and move to a place where they serve foie gras rather than Starbucks brownie.