Alexander Wang responds to sexual assault allegations, the new LV monogram, and more

Alexander Wang responds to sexual assault allegations, the new LV monogram, and more

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Text: Emily Heng

Alexander Wang claims all sexual assault allegations levelled against him are untrue.

The fashion designer issued his statement to The New York Times days after Owen Mooney, a male model, revealed that Wang groped him in a crowded night club via TikTok. "I never engaged in the atrocious behavior described and would never conduct myself in the manner that's been alleged," Wang wrote. "I intend to get to the bottom of this and hold accountable whoever is responsible for originating these claims and viciously spreading them online." More accusations began rolling in after Mooney's viral video, where folks began to speak up about being drugged with MDMA-laced water; forced to drink beyond their limits; and raped. This a developing story and will be updated as soon as more information is released.


Model, Stella Tennant, is revealed to have died from suicide.

"We have been humbled by the outpouring of messages of sympathy and support since Stella died," the family wrote in a statement printed by The Telegraph. "She was a beautiful soul, adored by a close family and good friends, a sensitive and talented woman whose creativity, intelligence and humour touched so many." It then went on to explain that Tennant was unwell, and hence felt that she unable to go on despite all the love felt from those closest to her. Her family has since requested that the press — and public —respect their privacy.


Louis Vuitton updates their monogram.

This came about thanks to their latest collaboration with Swiss artist, Urs Fischer. His reinterpretation of the signature monogram is a dynamic, visually arresting print that is available in black and white as well as black and red. It makes an appearance on shoes, bags, and select garments such as skirts and track jackets.


Pokémon Go has partnered up with Gucci and The North Face.

Yes, you can now adorn your Pokémon trainer avatar in offerings from the Gucci x The North Face team-up. Even better, there will be special in-game items available at select Gucci stores as well as a wave of "Gucci Pins experience" locations across the United States and Canada. No word yet as to if it'll be coming to Asia, so fingers crossed.


André Leon Talley is named the new face of UGG.

This doesn't come as a surprise, seeing how Talley is a long-time fan of the comfortable shoe wear brand. In fact, he has reportedly even claimed that they are "as chic as heels" and has been spotted donning them at Fashion Week. The brand's latest campaign sees him in posing in the UGG's Neuman and Tasman shoe outside his home.


Maison Margiela has announced a new, self-titled exhibition.

How intriguing. It is said to showcase his work as an artist, featuring an all-new collection of never-before-seen sculptures, photographs, and more. Margiela has also confirmed that it will all come to light at the Parisian gallery, Lafayette Anticipations, on 15 April. "This exhibition celebrates the idea that Martin Margiela has always been an artist," Lafayette Anticipations said in a statement. "Going against the grain he cultivated an obsession for discreet people, abandoned objects and forgotten places and events, bestowing on them a new dignity."


Japanese menswear magazine, Tune, has moved their entire archive online.

All 128 issues are now available for your viewing pleasure on the Internet. It comprises the evolution of men's dressing in the busy streets of Harajuku, Japan, detailing the birth of new styles and silhouettes throughout the years.