Inside Juzui NYFW Fall/Winter 24 Runway Show

We were on the scene for JUZUI’s F/W 2024 runway show on Sunday, February 11th. JUZUI draws inspiration from Eastern elements, particularly the blossoming peony, a flower rooted in the East and celebrated in poetry.

Employing expressive and artistic techniques, the brand depicts the peony on exquisite garments, resembling a blooming spring garden with a myriad of peonies in full bloom.

In “Blossoms Shanghai” it is said, “Silence is not the loudest.” Yet, the blooming peonies cultivated by JUZUI insist on making a vibrant statement. With dazzling colors and outstanding craftsmanship, the brand’s originality from China resonates loudly on the stage of New York Fashion Week, creating a captivating spectacle.

Carrying the fragrance across the ocean, JUZUI continues to script the legendary tale of the East’s influence on the Western fashion scene.

This will be JUZUI’s first show at NYFW with newly appointed Creative Director Taoray Wang. “I feel like when people leave the show today, they will see the blend of masculine and feminity — you don’t just have to wear a suit, you can add floral elements and mix the two together, which I'm excited for people to see,” says Wang.

She previously was the Creative Director of Charles Jourdan and held roles at Bosideng, her eponymous label Taoray Wang, and Junko Koshino.



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