Alexander Wang’s show at this year’s New York Fashion week also doubled as the ultimate #SquadGoals.
With a handful of hip hop’s elite in attendance to support the reputed designer, Wang’s show was an absolute must-see and is already being met with high praise. He even tapped Kendall Jenner to walk for him, as well as Binx Walton, Anna Ewers and Lexi Boling.
During his showcase of his 2017 Spring collection, Alexander Wang also announced his surprise collaboration with Adidas Originals. The capsule collection is comprised of 84 different pieces, all of which feature the iconic logo turned upside down. An initial drop of nine different items have been made available today (September 11) with a pop-up truck making pitstops throughout New York City.
With Kylie Jenner and her beau, Tyga, and the likes of Tinashe, Jordyn Woods, Zoe Kravitz, Madonna, Dej Loaf, Christina Milian, Karrueche, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott, Fetty Wap, Young Thug, FKA Twigs and Jourdann Dunn in the building, repping as the #WangSquad, Alexander Wang truly put on an incredible event, which his after-party featuring slurpees from 7/11 and a pop-up McDonald’s, no less.
Kylie Jenner, Tinashe and Jordyn Woods serving face at #WangFest.
Madonna played along by rocking this special #WangFest party hat and posing with the man of the hour. The legendary singer also sat front row with her 19-year-old daughter, Lourdes Leon.
Tyga and Kylie also graced the front row.
LAAAADIES. Look at how beautiful Jourdann Dunn and Tinashe looked at #WangFest. Absolutely stunning.
Christina Millian, Dej Loaf and Karrueche took it to the ‘gram to show off their looks at #WangFest.
Travis Scott rocked a piece from Wang’s Adidas collaboration during his performance.
Nicki Minaj rocked this gorgeous AW gown for the affair.
Fetty Wap did his thing as well.
Congratulations, Alexander Wang, on an amazing event!
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