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Alexander Wang Signage Goes Up

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Yo ho ho! The signage on the first Alexander Wang store in the United States has gone up! Wang is taking over the old Yohji Yamamoto space on Grand Street in Manhattan's SoHo. Our sister site Racked NY reports: "During Fashion Week, a change came over the Alexander Wang store in SoHo. The Grand Street location went from brown paper, no signage and an unofficial look to sleek black windows, officially branded with the stark, white Wang logo. It's happening." [RNY]