SATURDAY, on September 7th at 10AM at Spring Studios designer TAORAY WANG opened NYFW shows with the Spring Summer 2020 collection featuring tailored suits in sheer mint greens, oversized sleeves with jewel embellishments, black lace, and monochormatic prints.

Guests included: Conor Kennedy, Fern Mallis, Derek Warbourton, Indira Cesarine, Stephanie Hollman, Julie Mintz, Consuelo Costin Vanderbilt, Nika King, and Valerie Steele.


Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, the renowned author, is the inspiration for the TAORAY WANG Spring Summer 2020 collection. An independent, fearless woman living in the war era, Colette led a sensational life of love and rebellion. The challenges never broke Colette’s spirt or stopped her voluminous output, which furthered the women’s empowerment movement.

From a girl in Burgundy who dressed for the countryside, Colette eventually emerged as an exquisite Parisian lady who dared to break taboo by appearing in public in a three-piece suit.  Colette’s spirit and style that inspired WANG Tao, the founder, designer and CEO of TAORAY WANG, in her design of 20SS TAORAY WANG ‘Wild Beauty, Intractable Myth’.

The women’s suit is a Tao signature, and she has made it a staple in modern women’s wardrobes. Contrary to tradition of the suit masking femininity, the designer considers it a fashion statement that exudes the charm and power of women.  

Spring Summer collection highlights include fresh mint green meets classic black and white, lace collides with cashmere, delicate falbala meets hard stripes, off-the-shoulder contrasts with punk elements and graceful bowknots offset charming silhouettes. These elements,  which emphasize the power and confidence of women, are a departure from the traditional masculine Power Suit. Season after season, TAORAY WANG strives to break the rules in design, creating an image of exquisite female leadership.