Set in a raw industrial, rave-like space, the Alexander Wang Fall 2015  ad campaign reflects ...

July 17, 2015

Set in a raw industrial, rave-like space, the Alexander Wang Fall 2015  ad campaign reflects the collection’s hard-edge sensibility, inspired by heavy metal & Goth subcultures.

Shot in black and white by Steven Klein, styled by Karl Templer with creative direction by Pascal Dangin of KiDS Creative, the campaign features a mob of brooding beauties — including Anna Ewers, Molly Bair, Binx Walton, Lexi Boling, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Sarah Brannon and Isabella Emmack — as well as singer Alice Glass and the Japanese dance duo AyaBambi, who appeared in Madonna’s “B—h I’m Madonna” video, along with Wang.

“I always feel like the campaign is the final statement of the collection, said Alexander Wang to WWD. “There are familiar faces of girls I just absolutely love and am constantly inspired by, but I also felt there were some really inspiring new girls I wanted to include, such as Isabella. I also wanted the casting to feel more eclectic this season, and Alice Glass has been someone I absolutely adore, and I’ve been watching Aya and Bambi for a while since I stumbled upon them online. Coincidentally, they had just been cast for Madonna and I met them at M’s party in Paris and fell in love. They all are such individuals yet they all fit the characters of this collection seamlessly. Part of youth culture relates back to tribes and groups, and a sentiment of feeling collectively different; to feel both a sense of defiance, and of belonging.”

The campaign was shot at East of Hollywood Studios in Sunset Park Brooklyn with a set by Stefan Beckman.


Receive direct access to exclusive interactive online shopping, latest designer collections, celebrity features and collaborations, and daily fashion news.