A high-contrast mix of textures and a paired-down palette of neutrals dominated Alexander Wang's Resort 2013 collection. The designer said he was interested in "the idea of suspension, cutting things apart and tacking them back together," and the notion manifested itself not just in the designer's use of angular layers and juxtaposed fabrics — slick leather, whisper-light sheers, faux croc, and tactile knits — but also in the cutaway flaps, seamed panels, and delicate straps that dominated each look.
Alexander Wang Resort 2013
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