Harper`s Bazaar – Alexander Wang embarked on his new runway schedule outside of the traditional New York Fashion Week calendar. The designer, who will now be presenting a Collection 1 show in June and Collection 2 show in December, debuted the latter on Saturday night with a leather and tweed-filled runway in Brooklyn.

Delivering his own take on “The American Hustle,” Wang merged a melting pot of aesthetics together for a collection celebrating working women (and men) on the go. There were Matrix-inspired leather skirts fused with Chanel-esque tweeds for a fresh take on uptown meets downtown style. There were nods to ’80s power suiting and a series of casual sporty looks bringing the “work hard, play hard” mentality to life on the runway. But perhaps most impressively, there were grownup pigtails and towel-wrapped hairstyles that managed to look not only cool, but somehow chic…

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