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This just in from Alexander Wang's lawyers: In a legal statement that reads more like a New York City real estate ad, Wang's camp says the Chinatown factory where his line is produced is a "modern, brightly lit studio with high ceilings and large windows," and not at all a sweatshop, as two former employees are claiming. It goes on to say that the plaintiffs are "two disgruntled former employees with axes to grind" who are making "frivolous and entirely unsupportable accusations." Consider the sweatshop claims formally denied. [Racked NY]