Typically one of the most anticipated shows of NYFW, Alexander Wang brought down the house last night at his show. The line was in keeping with Wang aesthetic: sporty and minimal, with a sexy, playful edge. A woman in Wang is powerful, confident, and independent. Let's have a closer look:
Much of the collection was reminiscent of undergarments, none gender specific. This dress reminds me of deconstructed and reimagined bed linens from a guest house in the Hamptons by the sea. I love it.
Wang has always had an eye for contrast, which is evident in this bold combination of Red Delicious shaded roses, charcoal boxer-brief-esque cutoffs with a lace finish, and a bare midriff.
As formerly stated, Wang is not one for gender exclusivity. He is one of many designers who have opted out of sending only female models down the runway this season. Whoever it is worn by, I love this look.
Like a young, female Hugh Hefner.
The pants bring the lingerie-esque blouse back to a grungy reality.
West Hollywood bad ass.
Who better to send down the runway in an S&M strappy bralette and sequiny wrap skirt than Kendall Jenner? It was amazing to see her back on the runway, which isn't nearly as frequent as it once was.
The final and (in my humblest opinion) BEST look of the night. This gown is simple yet complex with the perfectly placed, thin straps and silk body. Art.
Hit me with your favorites, as usual! Enjoy the rest of this holiest of weeks, with me by your side and in your ear.