feng chen wang
feng chen wang knows life isn't black and white
The designer's spring/summer 2019 show celebrated the duality of life in joyous hyper color.
some jeans made from other jeans and the rest of the week’s best stuff
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in new york, designers are making 'made in china' great again
Chen Peng brings Rihanna-approved puffers stateside, Feng Chen Wang looks to her Fujian hometown, and Chinatown shopkeepers are the coolest Instamodels. The influx of Chinese designers might be New York's most exciting trend.
raf simons’ manchester-chinatown sci-fi led the culture clash at new york men’s
From Feng Chen Wang’s Made In China statement to recent NYC immigrant Raf Simons’ Blade Runner and New Order inspired Chinatown extravaganza, designers explored cultural internationalism on day one of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
full fantasy: charles jeffrey, feng chen wang, and per götesson at man fall/winter 17
The all-killer, no-filler trio returned for another season together. Their collections took inspiration from the Chinese concept of the sixth sense, a sleepy view of male sexuality, and a club-kid bid to escape the planet where Donald J Trump is set to...
charles jeffrey, feng chen wang, and per götesson return for london's man fall/winter 17
The trio of designers will once again show their collections on Fashion East's runway. For the platform's static presentations, Rottingdean Bazaar will be joined by new duo Art School.
man spring/summer 17 looks to the future of menswear
Charles Jeffrey presents the New Look LOVERBOY style, while Fashion East first timers Per Götesson and Feng Chen Wang bring bedsit denim and global community vibes to the menswear group show.
fashion east announces lcm man lineup with two new designers
MAN, oh, MAN! Newcomers Feng Chen Wang and Per Götesson join Charles Jeffrey for this season’s group show at London Collections: Men in June.
vfiles pushes punk populism to the max for spring/summer 16
IV bags dripping black liquid, miles of Big Bird yellow ruffles, and phallic chain-link cat suits. What else would you expect from the Mercer Street anarchists hell bent on breaking all of fashion’s rules?