Toronto, ON (Feb 28, 2012) — Adrian Wu is delighted to announce that Hierarchy of Needs, his Fall Winter 2012 Collection launched at World Mastercard Fashion Week at 2pm on March 13, 2012. Adrian Wu is known for his layering in fabric and with a focus on modernizing the bodice, fabrics, and silhouettes between the ages of the early 18th Century (Siècle des Lumières (Age of Enlightenment) to the early 20th Century.
This season Adrian Wu’s collection is a commentary on the hierarchy. It is collection that concentrates around the idea of simplicity in design. Taking into a account the trends of the fashion industry the clothes itself mirror the issue at hand. He entails to shine a light on a specific political world issue and reminds audiences that fashion for him is a medium for self expression.
Fall/Winter 2012 Collection consists of flannelet, a fabric used most often in sleep wear – Wu continues to combine fabrics in unconventional ways including excessive draping by a form of pin tucking he invented himself. He also would like to remind his audience that he is a designer with a dream of working for a historic brand, than actually producing and selling his own work. His passion to provoke emotion through fashion is simply a cry to those houses of Burberry and Dior for his dream continues to be to be a part of history one day.
About Adrian Wu
Adrian Wu hit the Canadian Fashion scene at the age of 18 and has already built up a long list of fashion accreditation in just the last year alone. Wu taught himself how to sew at age 18 and in late 2010 he started his own design company, worked as a part time correspondent for MuchMusic and was also internationally published in a book called Style Diaries. Wu is best known for using fashion as a medium for fine arts, always attaching a meaning or an idea to his work and considers himself a contemporary artist.