Wang's Fall 2010 collection showed the designer is heading into a more mature, tailored separates-and velvet direction, but that doesn't mean he's abandoned his "foundations" in easy, off-duty dressing.
told WWD his lower-priced T line as being "about foundations ... clothes that people want to wear and live in." The Fall 2010 line clearly has reflections of Wang's main line, like this cropped top.
For fall, T is going to expand from its simple "basics" focus on tops, tees, and jersey into impressive separates like this wool blazer.
The secondary T line may seem to channel the elements that first made Wang famous -- a '90s-inspired, "model off duty" look -- but it clearly has reflections of his main Fall 2010 collection in elements like velvet and cropped tops.
Denim jackets will also be new for fall in T's collection, complementing already popular pieces like Jersey dresses.
These slim pants are another new fall addition, which coincides with bringing knitwear into the line. For more pictures from the collection,
check out WWD's interview with Wang.