Alexander Wang Spring 2014
With Pharoahe Monch booming on the speakers, it was a trip back to the '90s tomboy for Alexander Wang. Menswear was the jumping-off point for the collection, with classic suiting being used for everything from spaghetti-strapped slip dresses to the waistbands of leather shorts. Men's pajamas popped up in sexy shorts looks with plenty of stomach exposed.
There were old-school hip-hop references sprinkled into the collection, and not just the soundtrack. Baby-doll dresses splashed with the designer's name mingled with leather overall dresses, while workwear made an appearance in black shorts suits with white stitching. The shoes were a new silhouette for Wang, with a heavy platform and chunky heel all, in a high-sheen patent that almost looked like gleaming rubber at a distance. His much-loved bags were on full display with sleek duffels and oversize clutches standing out in shades of maroon and baby pink.