Contrary to the usual dark palette, the Alexander Wang Spring 2011 collection is an uplifting essay on satin and lace. Uncovered at Pier 94 for New York Fashion Week, the lengthy draped dresses looked weightless and classic beneath feathery white-painted updos.
The line of flowing frocks looks especially comfortable, contrary to many unwieldy runway fashions. The collection even goes as far as to include some tradesman togs that look surprisingly sophisticated.
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Poised Autumn Fashions
Reptile Print Coats
Spilt Personality Heels
Chic Playful Editorials
Luxurious Slouched Skirts
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