Day two at the Freemasons Hall saw Judy Wu open the day’s shows, ready to strut and take over the catwalk her opening sound track was the loud sound of high heeled footsteps followed by gentle oriental music to match the collection coming down the runway.
A merge of Shanghai and modernity, Wu’s AW15 collection was all A-line shapes, pencil dresses and wide-leg culottes. Playing with leathers a definite AW15 trend and autumnal blues and browns to fuschia tones and oranges the collection was striking and autumn winter vibrant. The models rocked amazing architectural style heels, from sandals to boots paired chunky knit socks -keeping that sandal/sock trend going.
Photos via Fashion Scout