Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Azealia Banks fronts the new T Alexander Wang ad campaign

Alexander Wang's latest collaboration with the music industry stars sassy, bad girl rapper, Azealia Banks.

Azealia Banks fronts the new T Alexander Wang ad campaign

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It's no secret that master designer Alexander Wang loves to collaborate with up and coming stars of the music scene, especially for his T ad campaigns. Previous campaigns have included Wang working with the likes of Diplo, Santigold, Spank Rock and Die Antwood. That's why his latest partnership with sassy, bad girl rapper, Azealia Banks, comes as no surprise. I mean, she was Wang's date for the 2012 Met Gala and she did provide music for his Spring 2012 AW campaign with Liya Kibede. In the latest video for T Alexander Wang she rocks it out in a vareity of crop tops we wouldn't mind getting our hands on as she raps "Van Vogue" from the EP that made her rap darling of the moment, 1991. Check it out below.

“She exudes a certain rawness that makes her a very unique talent,” Wang says. “I loved working with her on this video for T Fall 2012, and think the collaboration captures a collision of energies.”

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