Alexander Wang continues to celebrate his 10-year-anniversary (here, here and here) with the debut of his Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection at New York Fashion Week. Reflecting on a decade in business, the collection highlighted Wang’s dynamic and dark aesthetic in a selection of styles for both men and women.
Each piece, though casual and accessible, was thoughtfully designed to be effortlessly chic. According to WWD, “Wang said he wanted the models to look as though they were wearing their own clothes to a casting. In other words, models off-duty.” The collection featured a range of ripped jeans, army jackets, track pants, oversized sweatshirts, and T-shirts in black, white, taupe, and wine red colorways. Check out all the looks below.
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