It's no secret that Alexander Wang likes to party. The New York-based designer—​and freshly-minted Adidas collaborator—is notorious for throwing epic Fashion Week ragers and has reportedly even gone to a rave or two in Brooklyn with Kanye. So, it's fitting that he invited a bunch of his famous friends to throw down once again for his fall campaign film, helmed by veteran music video maestro Director X. In these two clips, making their debut exclusively on Complex, we watch as Zoe Kravitz, A$AP Ferg, Tinashe, Vince Staples, Metro Boomin', and a cast of top models crash a Beverly Hills mansion to eat, drink, and dance the night away while wearing highlights from Wang's fall collection. RL Grime's song “King Pin,” featuring Big Sean, serves as the soundtrack, and both artists also appear in the video. Last week, we saw a separate sneak peek that featured Kylie Jenner, Tyga, and Skrillex.

If the partying looks real, that's because for some of the cast, it was. "The actors were in acting mode," Director X tells Complex of the two-day shoot that took place this summer. "But, the models were having a good time, period. They were enjoying themselves."


Although X hadn't met Wang before agreeing to direct the campaign, he was familiar with the designer's work. "Alexander Wang is Alexander Wang," he says. "He’s right in the culture. He’s in the lexicon." The sheer number of celebs involved in the project made it a logistical puzzle and gave the set a different vibe than X had experienced during the filming of music videos he's directed in the past. "As far as the shoot goes, it was kind of normal—as normal as you can get with Alex and his friends and his models," he says. "He’s a character. His friends are characters. The banter was different. They’re an interesting bunch. It wasn’t as down to business as most shoots are."

Wang, a self-proclaimed fan of hip-hop, isn't the first big-name designer to seek an assist from a master music video director this season. Last month, Marc Jacobs enlisted Hype Williams to realize his vision for a film component to his fall campaign, featuring Cara Delevingne, Marilyn Manson, and Missy Elliott. (In a full-circle moment, Missy also performed at the afterparty for Wang's H&M collaboration in 2014.)

For his part, Wang said in a press release that this video was about "blending innocence and rebellion" in a "frenetic narrative"—an apt description for a film that features Tinashe pole-dancing while Zoe Kravitz eats Chinese food takeout nearby. If the film has you ready to let loose, you can expect more good times to shine through as Wang and company reveal the full campaign from this season's #WangSquad in the days to come. "It’s a lot of fun with the guy," X says of working with Wang. "It's a good vibe."