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Alexander Wang's Fall Girl Is a Survivor (She's Gonna Make It)

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The fashion pack made it to Brooklyn last night—not without bitching about it before, during, and after the ride across the river—for Alexander Wang's fall 2014 show.

And a show it was: After models donning urban survivalist gear—the grays and navys of Wall Street with hits of neon, bags festooned with carabiners, and frontal pockets sized for pens and notebooks—hit the runway, the stage went black and a new set of girls took the stage to the sound of a truck backing up. Standing in a circular formation, the stage rotated models in bermuda shorts and heat-sensitive fabrics while the original lineup reentered, parading around the circle in an impressive closing walk.

Photos via Getty Images.

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