"There was a little more opulence. I had in mind the great couturiers of the '30s, '40s, '50s, but interpreted in T-shirts and sweats — that's me. It's sportswear, it's what I wear and what I do," Wang said in a post-show interview.
Soon, he'll jet off to Paris for fashion week there in early March. Wang replaces Nicolas Ghesquiere as designer of the storied house of Balenciaga.
"Tomorrow I'll change my focus, but I want to remember this collection for at least a night," Wang said.
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