You Know What the Girls Want. More WANG!!!

You Know What the Girls Want. More WANG!!! fashion

When I was younger I was obsessed with having a bigger wang. I would watch some of my favorite performers on the boob tube (quite literally what I called my in room television for the sheer amount of adult entertainment that hit its screens in my pubescent years) and would periodically measure the size of my member to the rock hard stars of yesteryear.  From age 13 – 15 I tried a number of online tips to increase the size of my Wang, including special massages, stretches, and special diets.  Of course, there was one trick that I didn’t seem to realize that one indie has figured out early in his career. The easiest way to get a bigger Wang, is to make more money. 

You Know What the Girls Want. More WANG!!! fashion

’s insanely successful past year has resulted in a bigger showroom (his new TriBeCa loft is four-times larger than before), a new collection of , and a diffusion line which will give all the girls what they really want, MORE WANG!!!  

The boy wonder is making serious waves this year with a phenomenal fall collection on his belt and sales totally $8 million for 2008. That number is expected to hit $15 million in 2009 and his success will mean we’ll be seeing allot more Wang in years to come. “When we saw his fall collection, we were blown away,” says Terence Bogan, vice president of women’s Co-op at Barneys New York. “Our budget [for his collection] doubled from the previous season. We needed to resonate that with the customer so we expanded his space.”

You Know What the Girls Want. More WANG!!! fashion

The biggest news out of WWD is that Al will be launching a new collection of which will include my new favorite Trendspark, the toe thong. “Everyone’s been doing an open-toe,” says Wang. “I added the thong to give a fresh perspective and make it more provocative. The thong between your toes, it draws your attention to that area.”

You Know What the Girls Want. More WANG!!! fashion

In addition, his cheaper collection will feature some highly covetable tee shirts. T by Alexander Wang will include 12 styles — from tanks ($28 wholesale) to T-shirt dresses ($40) — all cut in the designer’s signature languid style, with colors ranging from simple whites and heather grays to lavender, chartreuse and cerulean. “Necklines are stretched and armholes are strategically lowered so that it looks worn in,” he explains. “It’s like sleeping in a T-shirt and then wearing it the next day. It’s not this crisp little T out of the dryer. It’s draped and kind of wilted.” 

All of this means one thing. Nothing says HUGE WANG better than lots and lots of money!!!  

Congrats Alexander on having the biggest one in young fashion.

Photos and quotes from the hornballs at WWD.

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