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New York Fashion Week: Alexander Wang

Street and 1990s influences were numerous across Alexander Wang’s collection, but where the Mulleavys at Rodarte stuck their metaphorical tongue out to the theme, Wang took a far more sophisticated approach.

His exploration of branding, from the in-your-face ‘explicit content’ sheer-panel jumper to the typographical repeat of the brand name across high-waisted skirts, boxy T-shirts and a swathe of dresses. The grey, black and white palette, only interrupted by the palest of blue and pink on mannish shirts, boxers and pleated skirts, came through strongest in menswear-style Prince of Wales checks and dogtooths. Smart thinking all round.

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