amazing post! i must say the diys are not only extremely well made but slighty better yet than the original. very impressing anyway!
Awesome! It seems as though the vast majority of A. Wang pieces are easy DIYs. Love it!
Great post! It’s interesting that so much of the “copying” in fashion is now done by individual designers, rather than wholesale manufacturing companies. It’ll be interesting to see how this changes the economic landscape, especially as it grows in popularity.
Score one for those of us without huge bank accounts. These ladies did great jobs on these projects.
God, isn’t that kinda sad? As a designer, I mean? I suppose it’s initially flattering that your designs are so relevant that people want them so badly, but on the other hand, the items you’re making are so easily replicable. Ah well.
I’ve been seeing DIY Alexander Wang stuff all over the web too! I really want to try the DIY sweater…I think it might be one of the simpler DIY projects that I’m actually capable of doing!
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