Alexander Wang, PF15.
The Autumn-Winter 2015 pre-collection at Alexander Wang included unusual button positions, spiralling zippers and fabrics with subtle peepholes and gathers.
A couple of the garments used panels of contrasting fabrics with subtle sheer ribbing effects and slight gathering, which appeared to be caused by a loose shirring technique. Other striped garments, which appeared to be knitwear pieces, were caught in such a way that the gaps between the stripes created narrow peepholes all over the garment.
A couple of the classic tailoring pieces were given a twist at the back where the back patterns appeared to be cut to echo the curved crotch shape that you would normally see on the pattern for trousers. The back pockets used on the back of the garments were also styled to make the garment look like the back of trousers as the pockets had a double welt and button detail which is usually seen on the back of tailored trousers.
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