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Alexander Wang Kasia Patent Leather Wedge Sandals Alexander Wang Kasia Patent Leather Wedge Sandals Artistically sculpted in a fluid patent leather style with whipstitch detail and wide ankle strap. Self-covered wedge, 5″ (125mm) Open toe Leather lining and sole Padded insole For more...

Head Porter Plus represents the apparel arm of Tokyo's Head Porter label, featuring a fresh take on trad style with high quality materials and an exacting attention to detail. The Spring/Summer 2012 cut and sewn collection showcases a range of wardrobe essentials, including plaid wovens,...

I've gotta tell you guys, I have been anxiously awaiting the "knock-off" version of the Alexander Wang Alla wedges for months now and judging from the amount of emails we've received on this shoe, I'm not the only one. These super cute wedges are not only super pricey but also super sold out....

Alexander Wang Draped cotton-gauze dress Alexander Wang Draped cotton-gauze dress Capture some of Alexander Wang's effortlessly edgy aesthetic with this gauzy draped dress. Alexander Wang dress: knot detail at asymmetric hem, gathered crossover V-neck, single cap sleeve, paneling, draped...

Whatever Alexander Wang has whipped up for our lower halves, it's relaxed summer wear with style to spare. Technically a half-skirt over cropped pants, so I guess I'll call it a skant. (Never thought I'd like something called a "skant"!) Cinch the belt tight for a dressier skirt-like approach...

Alexander Wang Jane zip-detailed leather tote Alexander Wang Jane zip-detailed leather tote Zip fastening at top. Alexander Wang Jane tote: internal zip pocket, detachable short shoulder strap, silver zip trims, two external zip compartments, zip ... Alexander Wang Jane zip-detailed...

Following on from the success of a very stylish autumn/winter 2011 that we featured previously at World Man About Town, Philip Start has developed a new range of menswear clothes with relaxed and informal details for spring/summer 2012 for his label Mr Start. The collection, which included...

Alexander Wang distances himself from his spring/summer line full of references to logomania and other nineties clichés. The focus is back on the volumes and shapes of his designs. For this collection, the American designer combines two concepts that are, in theory, polar opposites. On the...

Leave it to Alexander Wang to put MADtv's Bon Qui Qui in a hilarious video spoof that also happens to serve as the T by Alexander Wang spring '13 campaign. Equipped with some tremendous hair and an attitude to boot, Bon Qui Qui does not hold anything back on her first (and last) day working...

For some this collection might not have had the wow factor of his previous collections, the absence of the colour for spring/summer is a bold move, but for me it is the details of this collection that really draw you in. When I saw the collection onVogue in motion I was wowed, when I saw...