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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Wu didn't know the first lady was going to use his design -- although he did create it especially for her, submitting sketches and the final gown to the White House -- making it quite a surprise when she walked out Monday evening. "Mrs. Obama likes to keep her secrets. She surprised me again. She's really good at it," Wu told Women's Wear Daily after she took the stage.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Actress Kate Mara wore a short Wu dress in two of these season's trends: neon and lace. She donned the frock to the premiere of "Deadfall" at the ArcLight Hollywood in November, 2012 in Hollywood. The neon yellow and black lace dress goes well with her smoldering eye make -up and black, platform, open-toe heels.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Not everything Wu designs are gowns. Actress Diane Kruger mixed it up in this navy Wu jumpsuit at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Place Vendome Boutique Opening in November, 2012 in Paris. Kruger paired the outfit with a black belt and heels, but it's her muscular arms that really get shown off in this number.
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    Actress Kristen Stewart wore another one of Wu's jumpsuits, this time a short, black one to a screening of "On the Road" in Los Angeles in December, 2012. The Twilight star wore the black lace shorts and sleeveless top with her brown hair pulled up and paired with black booties.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Actress Jessica Chastain wore a short black and white Jason Wu dress to the Harry Winston dinner in her honor at The Leading Hotels of the World's Setai in October, 2012 in New York City. Her red mane of hair complements the dress and the diamonds adorning her wrist and ears.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    The always gorgeous Emma Stone wore a white, short Jason Wu number paired with a black belt and her blonde locks to "The Amazing Spider-Man" photo call at the St. Regis in Rome in June of 2012. She turned heads with a dark manicure and beige and black heels.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Actress Emily Blunt wore a short Jason Wu frock to the premiere of her move, "The Five Year Engagement" at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. She paired the black, strapless dress with green embroidery with a pair of green heels.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Actress Michelle Williams wore a long Jason Wu purple gown to the Golden Globes last year at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California. She paired it with a black headband over her short hair do.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Reese Witherspoon always looks fabulous, but this Jason Wu confection she wore to the 10th annual Avon Foundation For Women Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in October of 2010 in New York City, looked perfect. The cream dress with black chiffon at the top flattered the blonde's fab figure.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Actress Zoe Saldana turned heads in Wu in Los Angeles in January 2010 when she attended the New York Times Style Magazine's Golden Globe Awards cocktail party at the Chateau Marmont. The cream, short dress with a deep V neckline and black belt looked great paired with a dark manicure.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Jessica Alba wore Wu to the Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009 in New York City. The theme was "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion," and Alba surely is in the short blue frock with a beaded bodice paired with black tights.
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  • Celebrities Wearing Jason Wu

    Michelle Obama stunned at the inaugural balls four years ago when she wore a one shouldered, floor length Jason Wu gown. The decision then by the First Lady to wear the 26 year old's dress took the little known designer to celebrity instantly. Four years ago when Obama came out in his gown, Wu had only three employees and was at home eating pizza with a friend.
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