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Alexander Wang's 2017 Resort Collection Is Risqué Business

Work hard, play hard.

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Alexander Wang's 2017 Resort Collection Is Risqué Business

Work hard, play hard.

Alexander Wang works as hard as he plays. His Resort 2017 collection hustles between the boardroom and the bedroom — double-breasted jackets and trousers flirt with delicate silk and lace. There are some pieces that look fitting for boudoir eyes only, counting slip dresses among pajama separates, bra-strap-styled tops and leopard prints. Sex is also interpreted in a more literal way with the stripper pole graphics making a return on hats and stockings among other pieces first seen on the designer’s Spring/Summer 2017 runway.

Just like with the collection that precedes it, Alexander Wang continues to embrace the see-now-by-now approach as Resort 2017 is already available to shop online. See the looks in the gallery above before adding your favorite pieces to your cart.

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