The kids are all right -particularly by Alexander Wang, who for his guys' offering tapped into the same stripe of youth culture that inspired his womenswear. Here he once more spoke the gospel of a street- and skate-spiked mix that so suited his muses like Katie Moore, and to compelling result. The womenswear's graphic runway motifs (Girls and Strict, to name a couple) reemerged here on hoodies and twill pants, alongside semi-illicit lines like 'Best high you can buy ' and 'Not for drugs ' across a breast pocket. Add to that a goodly dose of more classic Americana -buffalo checks and brushed wool, handled à la Wang, naturally- and you had a lineup that struck a nice balance between the novel and the more timeless (the styling also incorporated the diffusion range T by Alexander Wang), the tension of hard and soft, of grunge and polish. To wit : a classic, oversize camo topper with lining in a candy pink curly lamb, or a coach's jacket in swiss-dotted, glossy pony hair. Sure, a wide-wale corduroy shirt embroidered with tiny, writhing pole dancers might not withstand a Kondo-esque wardrobe purge a couple of years down the line, once its newness has worn off, but a buttery leather parka is one to be broken in, sure to stand the test of time. Bottom line : you can find the same clothes at any H&M store with a different price tag.