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Alexander Wang redeems himself at Fashion Week

Alexander Wang means business. After last season’s standing-room only showing in Bushwick -— which started almost two hours late, resulting in a never-before-panning by industry critics — the party-loving designer steered his last-ever New York Fashion Week spectacle in an entirely new direction. The DNA of #wanginc — new hashtag because #wangover RIP — was alive and well: sporty, body-hugging and ready to party. Crystal mesh handbags, anyone? Symbolic gestures said it all: The venue, 4 Times Square (the graveyard of the old Condé Nast headquarters), the seating (front row for all, with harsh office lighting and chairs literally inspired by corporate cubicles) and the non-bold-faced front row (save for Cardi B, who followe ...