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There’s no stopping Mr Wang.

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Going a year strong as creative director of Balenciaga, Alexander Wang hit the blueprints for new luxury aimed at designing furniture. The three-piece collection clashes with elegance and esthetics taking two years to complete that are typical of Wang’s cultivated exhibitions. The collection offers brass-based beanbag chairs in leather with an alternative in black shearling detail ($8,800) and a brass-shelved bar cabinet coated in black shagreen ($18,500).

“Over the last 10 years, furniture is where my interest has really evolved,” Wang told the Wall Street Journal. “When I started working in fashion, I always had an idea of an environment in my head, but how to actualize it, and what the references meant, that’s new.”

Dapper closets are one thing, but what marks true fashions are true feng shui skills turning an average house into a home- think of it as a “swag pad”. The new Wang furniture collection will drop in February.


There’s no stopping Mr Wang.

alexander-wang-furniture-01-960x640

Going a year strong as creative director of Balenciaga, Alexander Wang hit the blueprints for new luxury aimed at designing furniture. The three-piece collection clashes with elegance and esthetics taking two years to complete that are typical of Wang’s cultivated exhibitions. The collection offers brass-based beanbag chairs in leather with an alternative in black shearling detail ($8,800) and a brass-shelved bar cabinet coated in black shagreen ($18,500).

“Over the last 10 years, furniture is where my interest has really evolved,” Wang told the Wall Street Journal. “When I started working in fashion, I always had an idea of an environment in my head, but how to actualize it, and what the references meant, that’s new.”

Dapper closets are one thing, but what marks true fashions are true feng shui skills turning an average house into a home- think of it as a “swag pad”. The new Wang furniture collection will drop in February.


Ways To Wear Long Hair

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Photographer: Jamie Kendrick // @Jamie_Kendrick
Stylist: Samantha Ria // @SamanthaRia
Hair Stylist: Kayleigh Jane // @KayLeighJaneHair
MUA:  Jade Dixon // @jade_dixon
Stylist Assistant: Ievan Darwin // @IevanDarwin
Model: Jazz @ AMCK // @JazzyFizzal01

Special thanks to Gillette for grooming products.

Look 1
Get the look: Brush hair forward, tease with fingers (backcomb for added volume where desired) and use hairspray for hold.

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Clothing credits: Jumper – Iceberg

 

Look 2
Get the look: Brush hair in an upwards direction.  Twist hair at the crown of the head, and tie with hairband.  Hold with hairspray.

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Clothing credits: Shirt and polo shirt – Both Lacoste

 

Look 3
Get the look: 90’s style plaits!  Section hair into 6 parts, and plait each section all the way down.  Tie with coloured bands.  For a less neat look, stretch the plaits horizontally, pulling strands out.

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Clothing credits: Top – Buddhist Punk