Friday, September 27, 2013


For Spring 2014, Alexander Wang continued his foray in to the archives of Cristobal shapes of cropped and curved proportions but this time he reimagined them in sportswear pieces and the silhouette that is big on top, small below, all crafted in innovative contemporary materials.- [StyleSight]

The clothes got better as the show went on, and rigidity gave way to the ease that Wang was talking about. He cut an excellent new pant, high-waisted and with a tulip-shaped peplum that curved over the hips, and he showed this item with crop tops made from a crushed, pressed, and laser-cut printed fabric that came off as quite effortless despite the crazy amount of work that must have gone into them. Paired with elegant silk cape-back tops in white or black, for a more dressed-up evening look, those trousers were handily the hits of the show. Elsewhere, caped jackets just long enough to legitimately be called dresses, as well as their barely more demure sisters with sheer organza veils, emanated a cool confidence. - []

[source via runway]



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