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Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang is a leading American designer from California. He himself describes his style as M. O. D. = “Models off-duty”. His work is a combination of functionality, slight disorder and street style.

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Alexander Wang

Wang daringly turned the adidas logo around. The first union of Alexander Wang and adidas Originals occured at the end of 2016 with the premium collection S/S 2017 which took for over a year to create and it included 84 unisex apparel pieces.

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Alexander Wang

While studying at Parsons School of Design, he decided to establish his own brand. His first success came when he introduced his first women´s collection at the New York Fashion Week in the Fall of 2007.

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Alexander Wang

The start of his career was partially supported thanks to the CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund in 2008. It was followed by a handbag collection, a women´s T-Shirt collection in 2009 and men´s collection a year after that.

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Alexander Wang

In 2011, Wang opened his first ever flagship store in Soho in New York and the year after, another store in Bejing was opened.

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Alexander Wang

He worked as a creative director for Balenciaga between 2012 and 2015.

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Alexander Wang

Alexander announced a contest towards the end 2017, in which you could win a voucher for 20.000 USD to shop in his store. You could buy a ticket to be considered in the draw and all proceeds went to the fight against HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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S4 DROP 4

Over the past three seasons, adidas Originals by Alexander Wang has established a point of view that resonated in the world of fashion and culture. This season, Alexander Wang subverts fashionís most popular approach to reuse brand archives with the progressive ideas of recycling. Rather than transforming discarded materials of no value into products of higher quality, Wang interrupts a traditional practice by using objects of iconic and material value: the collection itself.