Alexander Wang’s 2016 Fall/Winter Collection Draws Inspiration From the Early Days of Hip Hop haleemakhan August 12, 2016 Hip Hop Style | Latest Trends in Fashion and Footwear Alexander Wang is known for its edgy silhouettes, which have catered to many fashion enthusiasts over the years. Best known for collaboration with H&M and designing for Balenciaga, the high-end fashion brand steps outside the box with a collection inspired by the early days of Hip Hop. The baggy trousers, graphic-heavy tops, and over-sized coats are meant to evoke the spirit of individuality that’s centered within the genre and culture. Phrases like “Not for Drugs,” “Best High You Can Buy,” “Strict,” and “Girls Girls Girls” are evident throughout the pieces through patches, prints and embroideries to further the idea of making a bold statement. The styling of this lookbook is also executed properly as it is inline with the fashion of early Hip Hop, but also keeps the original spirit of the brand alive. The collection comes correct with their camouflage-printed trousers and the graphic hoodies. In addition, the bags and footwear specially makes it a 360 collection. No release date yet, but regardless, it is worth checking out.