Saturday, December 18, 2010

Mes Marques| Alexander Wang

L'histore
A Native Californian, Alexander Wang was born an raised in San Francisco and has a Chinese- American heritage. At the age of 18, he moved to New York City where he attended Parsons School of Design and partook in a variety of internships. By his sophomore year, Alex was already designing the first collection of his label Alexander Wang, which was predominantly knits. He launched his full women's collection in 2007, selling over 200 stores. Now at the age of 26, Alex resides  in lower Manhattan.
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I think Alexanders designes are simple and sophisticated, yet the have some kind of edge to it that makes me want to go wild.. Here a few of my favorite items.


Anita Bag €1120

Constance Booties $469 
Cutout Cotton Blend Shirt €105

Knitted Cotton-Blend Cardigan €510

Lapel-Pocketed Leather Shorts €571,20

Nubuck Laced Low Boots €667

Repossi Ring €500
Camilla Sockboot $750

What do you think of Alexander Wang's designs?
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Sabrina O.

15 comments:

  1. Alexander Wang is amazing! Lovely blog. x

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  2. I really love the Constance and Nubuck boots ! They're amazing...I love how Alexander Wang manages to create things both simple and refined.

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  3. Great finds! They all look sumptuous! XOXO

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  4. Amazing things! I love them!

    Love Cindy,
    www.glamourblog.tk

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  5. I love Alexander Wang's designs- there is always just something about them that makes them attractive yet interesting. That ring is the coolest!

    *Claudia* x
    Molto ❤ Fashion

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  6. I love the bag. Very yummy. Great post!

    ♥, style-dc.com

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  7. the heels in grey are lovely arent they :D xxx <3

    http://theglamorousmess.blogspot.com

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  8. Great choices!The booties are really stunning,nice post!

    http://nothinglikefashion.blogspot.com/

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  9. Alaxander wang is echt mn favoriet :)! The cutout cotton blend shirt is echt de mooiste <3! x

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