Unexpected Collab: Alex Wang x Dockers Makes Us Khaki-Crazed

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    Khakis are cool and everything, but they haven't necessarily been buzz-worthy until now. Dockers has rounded up the troops, with not one, not two, but SIX major designers to create the GQ's Best New Menswear Designer (BNMDA) x Dockers line. Collaboration king, Alexander Wang, and the five other nominees, including big hitters like Riviera Club, Miller's Oath, Warriors of Radness, and CFDA members Patrik Ervell and Michael Bastian, have put a modern twist on the iconic khaki. By pressing, distressing, pleating, cuffing, lining, and re-imagining the clothing staple entirely, the designers managed to put their own spin on the pieces, while still staying true to the utilitarian- and sartorial-vibe Dockers has always been known for. The result? Totally wearable everyday genius like the (yes!) dark motorcycle khaki. Oh, and 12 other limited-edition pieces you'll catch us wearing as soon as we get our hands on some!

    See for yourself by clicking through the looks and shop them at select Bloomingdale's and online at both Bloomingdales and Dockers.

    Photos: Courtesy of Paul and Williams, by Joseph D'Arco

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