Alexander Wang Takes On CEO Style for Fall 2018

Joanna Elizabeth / Published February 11, 2018

Following up last season’s party bus, Alexander Wang looked to more serious style with the showing of his fall-winter 2018 collection. The designer opened the show with a selection of jacket-dresses that were tailored and showed plenty of leg. Wang fused boardroom and streetwear style complete with credit card numbers embroidered on tights and CEO 2018 on a dress shirt. From bold sleeves to leather jackets and minidresses, the models rocked narrow, 90’s inspired sunglasses. For more colder weather, puffer jackets and faux fur styles hit the runway. Pumps in white, black and see-through material finished the sleek ensembles.

Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2018 Collection


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