Taoray Wang Fall 2015: Feminine Shapes with Sharp Clean Lines

Taoray Wang - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2015NEW YORK, Feb 21, 2015/ — Returning on the New York catwalk, designer Tao Wang once again wowed the fashion set with her feminine collection that transcends geography and location.

Unveiled on Monday, February 16th at Lincoln Center, the collection was inspired by the works of Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid and the Bauhaus art movement.

Sending tailored mini dresses, pantsuit sets, floor length frocks and sculpted winter coats on the runway, Tao Wang referenced both Hadid and Bauhaus as seen in sharp and clean lines of the silhouettes.

Using a color palette that consisted of five shades of grey (Checked, Blended, Slate, Hematite, Early Morning Grey), ivory, virgin rose, burgundy, milk white and khaki, Taoray Wang explored geometric and organic shapes found in architecture.

From the square to the circle and just a line, Ms. Wang created feminine shapes that she describes as “progressive feminine” which unsurprisingly turns out to be her signature style as she continues to dress the international woman.

This is Ms. Wang’s second collection. A Taoray Wang flagship boutique is set to open in New York late 2015 early 2106.

[MARI DAVIS]
Photos courtesy of Taoray Wang

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