In 2008, Alexander Wang designed a collection for Japanese retailer Uniqlo. The line included five looks all priced under $80.
A year after, he followed up with a collection for Gap's ongoing Design Edition initiatives. It was a project between Gap and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund project winner. Wang's designs consisted of khakis, a first for a collection that was always made up of white shirts.
Both collaborations were for women only, but hopefully he does another high-low line, this time for guys. Alexander Wang for H&M?