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Alexander Wang Enables Your Gym Clothes Addiction

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Alexander Wang hopes you never get tired of wearing your gym clothes everywhere—to work, to the club, and maybe even to a workout class every once and again. The American designer once again showed a collection inspired by fitness, and as he said backstage, sneaker culture. There were body-con dresses that looked scuba-ish, bags that resembled oversize sneakers and tennis whites fit for a club. In between, there were high-waist pants, pointy heels (yes, they're back), knit halters, and a few maxi dresses—all ultra-streamlined—in shades of black, gray and white with pops of bright blue, orange and yellow. Some of the dresses looked like they were sketched off of a Nike Flyknit, others, a Adidas Stan Smith. Can Wang bring back bodycon and make you want to carry a clutch that looks like a massive pair of Jordans? Judge for yourself, above.
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