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Now that it's been over 24 hours since the Alexander Wang X H&M launch, and the dust has settled, it's time to take stock of what's left: not much. At this point, your best bet is to shop online, but let's go over what remains in the women's section at the Times Square H&M.
When we stopped by at 3:30pm there were still plenty of loose tanks, cropped tees in black and white, double-layer shorts, bandeau bikinis, crocodile-effect tops, and leather pants (while the world has embraced leather leggings, people just aren't ready for leather drop-crotch sweats, it seems).
Outerwear-wise, there were quite a few of the long, hooded, croc-sleeve jackets, and three of the quilted leather moto style—all in size 12. The only shoe sizes left seem to be eight and five—we saw the shower slides, leather-heeled boots, and suede open-toe zipper heels. Lastly, there are tons of towels, sitting in mesh bags, waiting to be noticed.
· The Alexander Wang X H&M Preview Went Down in a Real Way [Racked NY]
· Here Are All of the NYC Stores Carrying Alexander Wang X H&M [Racked NY]