This season’s biggest fashion trend seems to be the pop-up shop craze, which isn’t fading anytime soon. We’ve seen the depths of Yeezy’s Pablo pop-up at Stonebriar Mall to the most recent Japanese-inspired streetwear of Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma at Galleria Dallas. So, who’s the next big designer blessing us with his fashion creations in the Big D pop-up scene? None other than the health-goth aesthetic designer himself: Alexander Wang. In collaboration with curator Olivia Kim, the retailer will sell the designers edgy fall collection now through Sunday, Oct. 9 online and in select cities – Seattle, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago and more.
After debuting his Spring 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week, Wang confirmed the pop-in rumors to be true. He surprised his guests with an obscure film that led to the beginning of the finale collection. The collaboration showcased an entire 84-piece unisex apparel and footwear collection to be released sometime in the spring of next year. But don’t you fret — Nordstrom NorthPark Center is giving a chance for trendsetters to own exclusive designs from the icon himself.
Until Oct. 9, Nordstrom will host the pop-in shop with limited edition unisex pieces from his current collection, which features a “play on several types of fabrics and textiles, including lace, sheer, denim, tweed, velvet, and leather.” The overall tone highlights Wang’s signature modern goth aesthetic. Fans can score pieces from steel chains to gold dice sets, and even a buckle choker. Prices range from around $30 to over $1,000.
Besides the pop-in shop, you should keep an eye out for Wang’s “Pop-up Truck.” Of course, every designer wants to stand out, so why not a truck instead of a shop! This collection debuts nine exclusive pieces from sweatshirts to hoodies to jumpsuits with the iconic three stripe logo in collaboration with Adidas. These steals on wheels have stopped at various places throughout the nation with more to come. After hinting the collaboration on social media, Wang posted the phone number, 917-325-3342, for fans to find a pop-up truck nearest to them.
This isn’t the first time Wang has collaborated with another brand. His past partnership with H&M proved successful in stores from the U.S. to Europe, and this athletic-meets-streetwear collection is no exception.
Stop by to see Wang’s full pop-in collection at Nordstrom NorthPark Center IRL and see if you can hunt down the designer’s chic pop-up truck. This is not an event you want to fashionably late to, the collab is only here for a hot minute!
Images courtesy of Fashionista and Hbz.