Alexander Wang has released a lookbook for pre-fall 2017, a sharp collection that highlights what the label has always done best, interpreting street-inspired trends (like Vans-rooted checkerboards) through a downtown New York lens. Ultimately, the line is a shout out at its ultimately muse, a confident and cool New York girl with model good looks. [read more]
T by Alexander Wang pulls back from the denim looks that dominated last year’s pre-fall collection and focuses instead on trousers, whether pegged or wide-legged, mostly offered in black, the official hue of New York City. The collection also multiple front-tie tops plus two studded boots, one in black and low the other white and [read more]
Adidas Originals and Alexander Wang have provided lookbook images in advance of their next collaborative drops, which will release on April 1st and 15th. Once again, images were shot by Juergen Teller on the streets of New York.
Though the maroon and black colorways that themed the first two drops are still present, the latest [read more]
Fashion week is drawing to an end and Alexander Wang has let it be known he has things to get off his chest. On his Instagram account yesterday (February 14), Wang got straight to the point with a post accusing German designer Philipp Plein of stealing ideas for his Plein Sport presentation. The post included [read more]
Alexander Wang has always been known as a label that caters to the downtown girl and for fall the label leaned into New Yorker’s love affair with the color black through a collection for fall 2017 that was not only presented in dark light, but also included mostly black garments and accessories.
A ton of excitement was generated by Alexander Wang’s collaboration with Adidas Originals, first revealed with lookbook images and then rolled out at the finale for the New York label’s spring 2017 presentation. Following the presentation, there was a small capsule of clothing and sneakers sold from a pop up truck in New York City [read more]
UPDATE: Sofia Richie has posted to her Instagram account that she loves Alexander Wang and people should learn to take a joke. No change to wackness of using R. Kelly to front the campaign in the first place.
For the label’s spring 2017 campaign, Alexander Wang has once again assembled the #wangsquad, a crew of very cool characters, portrayed living a life of fun and excess. There are repeat appearances from last season’s campaign by models Binx Walton, Lexi Boling and longtime fave Anna Ewers, who is basically Wang’s work wife. [read more]