Alexander Wang is creative director of the eponymous label he launched in 2005, aged 19. Wang became creative director of Balenciaga in December 2012, succeeding Nicolas Ghesquière at the storied French house. In July 2015, it was announced that Balenciaga and Kering decided not to renew the American designer’s contract.
Wang’s foray into fashion began after he dropped out of the Parsons School of Design in 2004 to start his own label, initially creating a knitwear collection based on six unisex silhouettes. Wang was supported in his venture by his family: his brother is chief financial advisor, his sister-in-law acts as chief principal officer, and the designer was also able to utilise family connections to source production from China. His label soon evolved into a sleek, but fully realised women’s ready-to-wear collection; Wang debuted his first runway collection for Autumn/Winter 2007 at New York Fashion Week.
You will have to cut us a pass as we are really kinda square when it comes to the workings of the world of high fashion, which opens up an opportunity for someone who is an expert to come in and man/woman the position, but for now, from what I recall, outside of hearing his name in a Kanye West song, Alexander Wang is the one who invited Nicki to come and teach the models how to twerk properly and do the Anaconda dance for one of these previous fashion week celebrations, and
from the looks of it, there are a few local L.A. ladies that are rocking with the cause,
and with that said, if he is really looking to do some things as the recently launched campaign suggests, it might could be an ideal investment to collaborate with mighty mighty PimpHop.com to continue to move The Game forward and offer new and improved luxury lifestyle perspectives to consider.