Alexander Wang Teams With Page Six for Spring/Summer 2018

‘The New York Post’ steps into fashion.

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Alexander Wang joins forces with Page Six for a selection of collaborative graphic pieces. The New York Post‘s gossip column adds a selection of appropriately referential touches to Wang’s signature laid-back style.

The eight-piece collection encompasses basics like shirts and graphic T-shirts, accompanied by layering pieces like a sweater and coaches jacket. Collaborative details come through in the form of archival prints featuring advertisements and articles from The Post‘s history, executed all over the sweater and shorts and seen as patches on the rear of the coaches jacket. A more subtle nod can be seen on the hem of a striped shirt, which features a small embroidered Page Six logo.

Look for the limited edition release to hit Alexander Wang stockists and stores in late January for $195 USD – $650 USD.

For more Spring/Summer 2018 goods, check out this editorial of Stone Island’s newest goods.

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