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As New Yorkers and fashion enthusiasts, we're obviously huge fans of Alexander Wang and his more laid back (read: cheaper) line, T by Alexander Wang. But for all the pizazz and energy Die Antwoord threw into the campaign video, the clothes are a little... one note? We're not saying we wouldn't cozy up in any (or every) iteration of black that Wang's conceived, it's just that we'd like to see a little variation in color, or expression (what'd they slip the model before the shoot, anyways, and maybe could we cop some of that zen magic later?). Black is undeniably the color of New York's flag, and these staples will last a lifetime, but you tell us — would you rather have Wang punch up these looks or go a little downtown goth for a day (or a season... or forever...)?
Photos: Courtesy of Alexander Wang
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Like headlining acts, every music festival has a distinct style vibe. Coachella is California cool. Bonnaroo is distinctly boho. And, Pitchfork, which went down this weekend in Chicago, has an edgy, downtown feel that can be as eclectic as the indie fest’s varied lineup.
From kimono jackets to leather motos on top of read