After a collective drooling over Alexander Wang’s sneaker-inspired NYFW runway a mere ten days ago, the much-hyped collection is now up for pre-sale.

The engineered-striped dresses, Air Force tees and rubberized sole Sneaker Bags have hit Moda Operandi for five days only, with delivery anywhere between mid-January and late-April.

Prices start at $525 moving up to $4,995, with the sought-after Sneaker Bags coming in at around $1295 for a small. The good news is pre-sale only requires a deposit, meaning you can spend now, cry later.

 

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