Alexander Wang Printed His Fall 2017 Campaign on Lighters, Rolling Papers, Shot Glasses and More

Plus, new Wang Squad inductees Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner star in the images by Juergen Teller.
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Photo: Juergen Teller

Photo: Juergen Teller

When Alexander Wang told guests that his Fall 2017 show at the RKO Hamilton Theatre in Harlem would have "no after party," he meant it — unless, of course, you were a member of the designer's infamous Wang Squad. On Thursday, just days after #WANGFEST went down in Bushwick, the brand released its fall campaign, which depicts the intimate (and somewhat illicit) festivities that took place after the models stepped off the runway. 

Shot by Juergen Teller and starring the likes of Anna Ewers, Binx Walton, Cat McNeil, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Lexi Boling and Natalie Westling, the voyeuristic images give Wang Squad wannabes a glimpse at what a night out with the debaucherous crew might look like. Unsurprisingly, this includes a topless photo shoot, rolling deep to a local dive bar or underground club and a late-night hang with ASAP Ferg — all while dressed in head-to-toe black and metal studs.  

Because Wang always strives to bring the party to as many people as he can — he even staged two surprise runway shows in the street for fans this season) — he turned the campaign into objects, as well — specifically a lighter, an ash tray, a bottle opener, rolling papers and shot glasses. These limited-edition items will come with any purchase made at an Alexander Wang flagship store or online, and a new object will released every Friday from Sept. 15 through Oct. 20th. But alas, much like a great party, these will not last forever and will only be available while supplies last.

Alexander Wang's Fall 2017 objects. Photo: Alexander Wang

Alexander Wang's Fall 2017 objects. Photo: Alexander Wang

Most of us will never officially get inducted into the Wang Squad, but if you're able to collect all of the above, you could certainly throw a rager of your own that would make the designer proud. 

See Alexander Wang's full Fall 2017 campaign in the gallery below.

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