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Who: Alice Wang 

What: Stylist and influencer 

Where: Oslo, Norway 

IG follow: @itsalicewang  Website: whothefuckisalice

She has been in the fashion game for about two years and has already etsablished herself as a wanted young stylist, a creator and soon to be launching her collaboration with a NYC based jewelry maker and her very own brand. We go deeper in todays "My Style" interview with the Oslo based girl, Alice Wang. 

Find out which trends Wang believes in for the season, her favourite brands and her ambitions. We belive her website soon needs a new name... Read the intreview here! 

ENVELOPE by Selina Ekra Sei 


Your style is unique, what is style to you? Style to me is feeling confident and most importantly comfortable in what you’re wearing. It could be a full tracksuit or clothes right off the runway, as long as you feel like you’re rocking it better than anyone else could, it will shine through and that’s style. Style is also being able to choose the right type of fit for your body. That is also why “having” style is actually about knowing your body type, what fits you better, what doesn’t fit you, where it should be tight, and where it should be baggier.


Where do you collect your inspiration? Specifically for my personal style, I don’t really have an inspo source. I absorb tons of images just by being on Instagram, looking through profiles of upcoming non-mainstream brands, stylists, photographers and magazines. I am currently obsessed with the work of a Hong Kong based stylist called Ing Grad (@inggradshek) and her team at @crush_association. Everything they do is so creative, and I just love the aesthetics of the styling, photography and art direction. I’ve also been a long time fan of Masataka Hattori, a Tokyo based stylist for his unconventional yet variation of styling.

- From @crush_association IG - 

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When did your interest for fashion start? I think I have always loved clothes as a kid, but I never took fashion seriously until around 2 years ago when I went to my first Paris Men’s fashion week. It was my first real interaction with the fashion industry, and since then I pretty much realized that working with fashion was something I wanted to give a shot at.


You mentioned earlier in the MMS-interview that you're working on your very own brand - can you tell us a bit more about the idea? Yes, I am working on two brands! First is a collaboration with a NYC based jewelry maker on my own jewelry line. It is actually in production right now and the first sample will be ready in 3-4 weeks. I am really excited about it because I know that my everyday jewelry style has drawn a lot of attention from my followers, and I can’t wait to show everyone what I have designed. It’s cool, edgy yet contemporary and classy.



Another brand I am working on, which is more of a long-term plan is a women’s clothing brand within affordable luxury. I want to make clothes that have the “IT” factor yet wearable, comfortable and easy to style. It’s for the women that aspire to add a little extra “edge” to their wardrobe without having to empty their pockets. I am still in the sketching and researching phase, and have a trip planned to a fabrics convention in October for the start of production! 


What trends and colors do you believe in for AW18? The sculpted shoulders, oversized look is definitely still “in” for at least another year. I absolutely loved Ellery’s ’18 RTW collection with the mix of boxy jackets and fluid silhouettes. Red is still very relevant, and neon green is back! I have also seen a lot of sequin slouch boots like the Saint Laurent ones in different bright colors which I love.

But I am most excited about the Norwegian “Marius genser” sweater that Y/Project recreated for its Men’s AW18 in Paris. I really hope that becomes a trend, that would be so cool.



In what way does your mood affect the way you dress? The way I dress doesn’t depend so much on my mood, but rather what my plans are for the day. As a stylist, most of my days are going back and forth PR agencies and showrooms with tons of bags, so I mostly dress very comfy, not Instagram worthy haha. But also as an “influencer”, I also have to think about creating content. The days that I have time for creating content, I try to dress more “thought out”.


Flats or heels? Flats if they’re slides/slips, chunky sneakers/Buffalo platform boots or flat lace up combat boots. Heels only if they’re ankle booties/over the knee boots. I don’t think I own one pair of pumps.


Top three favorite brands? That’s a hard one!! I have my all-time top three which are Maison Martin Margiela, Juun J., and Ann Demeuleemeester for their continuous impeccable work. Margiela was one of the first ones in to take after Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons in making garments of oversized proportions, and Galliano carried on his legacy in the best way anyone could ever have. It’s definitely one of the OG brands for me. Their artisanal  collections just get better and better with every year.


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- Juun J AW17 collection -

Juun J is purely amazing. The brand really grasped my interest last year with its FW17 collection. Juun J is the only brand I can point at and say that is “100% ME” throughout every piece and collection. Their runway styling is also one of the best I have ever seen.

Ann Demeulemeester is one of the brands that have a very specific gothic and Japanese style aesthetic that is consistent throughout every single piece, and I love that because she still manages to bring fresh looks.


What are your ambitions in the fashion business? Styling wise, I aspire to work with high fashion brands such as styling their shows, campaigns etc. But ultimately, I want to just focus on doing my own brand that I am planning now.