Alexander Wang Is Leaving Balenciaga

By July 29, 2015Fashion News

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Alexander Wang parts ways with Balenciaga.


WWD reported today that fashion designer Alexander Wang decided not to renew his Creative Director contract with fashion house Balenciaga. His upcoming show for the next Paris Fashion Week, scheduled for Sept. 29 to Oct. 7, will be Wang’s last. Sources say that a search is already underway for Wang’s successor. Wang had already planned to leave the brand and focus on his own label, which we at PAUSE think is a good idea as his own label Alexander Wang has always been his key focus. Wang joined Balenciaga back in December 2012, replacing Nicolas Ghesquiere who left to work at Louis Vuitton. We look forward to seeing who will be taking Wang’s spot for Balenciaga.

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