NYFW: Jason Wu's Spring 2018 collection is fun and flirty with a splash of romance

Marah Alindogan

Jason Wu enchanted us with his Spring 2018 collection.

The designer debuted his latest collection at New York Fashion Week, featuring looks that can best be describe as fun and flirty with a splash of romance.

"It's going to be easier than what you've seen from me," Wu told Vogue of his latest collection. "It's getting more casual."

Gathered and ruched dresses with whimsical floral prints and separates in hues of soft pinks and blues filled the runway. There were also pajama stripe numbers as separates and dresses, with several millennial pink pieces catching our attention.

Wu started the show off with a bang, having Bella Hadid as the first model walk down the runway clad in a waist slashed dress with a revealing slit.

But as anyone knows, evening wear is Wu's bread and butter, sheer gowns in more neutral hues -- think black, nude and navy blue -- made out of silky chiffon fabric made its way down the runway. No doubt we will be seeing his creations on several red carpets during award show season.

The star-studded crowd featured the likes of Kate Bosworth and Jamie King. Wu skyrocketed to fame after Michelle Obama chose his one-shoulder ivory gown for the Inaugural Ball in 2008. Now, he consider celebs like Emily Blunt and Reese Witherspoon among his list of clients.

Check out the slideshow above for Wu's complete Spring 2018 collection.