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Alexander Wang Spring 2014 Campaign Is a '90s Cool Kid's Dream

Smokin' in the girls' room is right.

Smokin' in the girls' room is right.

Alexander Wang's Spring 2014 collection was built on '90s nostalgia -- think logos galore, grungy hair and all when of the albums we wanted to buy were slapped with giant "Parental Advisory" stickers -- and the campaign to go along with it, first released in WWD, is just the same. Starring Anna Ewers (who opened Wang's spring show), shot by Steven Klein and styled by Karl Templer, the cheeky campaign is one of our favorites of the season.

Taking place in what could easily be a high school bathroom, we can't help but reminisce while looking at the images. Can you think of a teen drama where all of the cool kids didn't skip class and hang out in the bathroom? (Unless, of course, you were Angela Chase and snuck off to the boiler room to steal a few minutes with Jordan Catalano.) And, as we all know, Wang is the coolest kid of them all.

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