Photography Shawn Brackbill
Published February 12, 2012
When it comes to his fabric choices, Alexander Wang is never one for the obvious—he is, after all, the man who got fashionistas to embrace crop-tops made of chenille, a material formally associated with motel beadspreads. Wang’s F/W collection was no exception, opening with a lacquered tweed, hooded skirt-suit and closing with long leather coats featuring waxed panels.
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