It’s New York Fashion Week, and seasoned Interview photographers Christopher Gabello and Shawn Brackbill are backstage and front row at the hottest shows, bringing you the newest Spring trends, freshest faces, and after-parties you won’t want to miss. Check in daily and follow Shawn and Chris on Interview‘s Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, for the latest updates.
Cooler-than-thou designer Alexander Wang’s Spring/Summer 2014 runway was delightfully narcissistic: his name was cut and sewn across the collection, an homage to a time when designer logos were the rage in high fashion. Another cheeky throwback came in the form of the repeated “Parental Advisory” print, a warning that may refer to some of the raised hemlines and bare midriffs that came down the runway. Equal parts high fashion and street, Wang proved once again no one epitomizes hip New York quite like he does.
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