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New York Fashion Week: Alexander Wang

The eponymous designer talked about a desire to “pull garments apart, experiment with volumes”, but instead of the deconstructed reconstructed, it was more literal and all the better for it.

Garments, whether a snakeskin tee, simple sleeveless shift dress or bulky baseball bomber, looked like they’d been frozen at the point of being blown-up, floating on the body, an effect created by a specially developed fishing wire. The sporty futurism was carried throughout as the squared-off, unfussy silhouettes provided the base for the monochrome collection.

In short While sports luxe is nothing new, the futuristic metallic and glow-in-the-dark finishes and sharp precision cuts will still be modified for the wider market.

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