Alexander Wang’s fall was a big production, a power play on and offthe runway. First things first: Before getting to the collection, youhad to get there — the Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Thehorror. In fact, those able to arrive early found entry a breeze, whilemany guests arriving from 7 p.m. shows got stuck in irritating entrygridlock, a condition repeated in reverse, only more so, on the way out.


In the lead-up to the show, the conversation had been endless.How are you getting there? Water taxi? Car service? Which bridge? Willany walking be involved? The maps, step-by-step driving directions, VIPparking passes and Uber codes issued by Alexander Wang’s p.r. to soothethe experience also fueled a commotion that kind of competed with theclothes.

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