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Here's the finale of the spring 2012 Alexander Wang show, which just wrapped a couple of hours ago over at Pier 94. We're waiting on closer-up runway images, but wanted to drop this on the site asap. We've also photographed the show notes for your perusal after the jump. You'll see that Wang derived inspiration from both athletics (swimsuits, bermuda shorts, technical polos, track jackets were everywhere) and industrial and military uniforms (utility vests, worker jackets, bombers, cargo tops). The colors in Wang's spring 2012 collection range from mesh black and white to robin's egg blue to bright neon orange. The main print motif Wang-fans can expect to see in the spring will be floral.