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Hey 2011 brides-to-be, you might want to hold off til January to pick a gown. Reports are surfacing today that Jason Wu will be launching a capsule collection of five bridal looks exclusively with Net-a-Porter.com in January.
"The capsule collection includes wonderful options for a bride, but also has a relaxed attitude with pieces that can be worn to other occasions," Wu told WWD.
The offerings consist of a floor-length gown with layers of cascading ivory tulle, a long bias-cut godet chiffon skirt paired with an embroidered tank, an above-the-knee feather skirt with a chiffon tank and bow for embellishment, a shift dress with degrade beading and a fitted bodice dress in silk faille with a black bow belt. The dresses will range from $795 to $4,000.The collection will remain exclusive to Net-a-Porter for one year.
· Jason Wu Launching Bridal for Net-A-Porter.com [WWD]