Runway Report: Alexander Wang

By now you know that the '90s are back in a big way. For spring '14, Alexander Wang played with the decade's logo obsession.

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Alexander Wang Spring 2014 collection on the runway at New York Fashion Week.
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By now you know by now that the '90s are back in a big way, and making the news official was Alexander Wang's spring '14 collection. The designer (who also helms Balenciaga in Paris) played with the decade's logo obsession by stamping his own moniker on everything from tees to gloves.
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The designer also experimented with using the Wang logo in menswear-inspired checks.
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Prediction: these white Wang leather gloves will be on the arms of every fashion editor at the February shows.
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Look closer: that gradient-printed mini is actually printed with the Wang logo.
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The collection was dominated by the kind of no-fuss, easy everyday pieces that made Alexander Wang a global retail phenomenon. We were also keen on the more technical pieces, like this cross-back leather jumper with the laser-cut Wang logo visible beneath the pleats.
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Sassy graphic tees are already having a moment, so we fully expect this sheer-paneled "parental advisory" sweatshirt (perhaps our favorite '90s nod on the catwalks this season) to sell out the instant it hits stores.
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We can imagine Cher from Clueless lounging in this men's-inspired argyle sweater and woven short combo ("maybe it's because my party clothes are so binding").
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A few more feminine separates were woven into the mix, too, like this frill-hemmed tank in pale lilac.
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Funnel-necked smock dresses were an important shape at the fall '13 shows, and the silhouette still looked fresh on Wang's spring '14 runway.
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Ditto bermuda shorts, which Wang tweaked with slouchy pleats and contrasting white bands.
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