A common theme among many designers of NYFW is the punk/rock, gothic aesthetic. This was reflected in many runway presentations, including, Alexander Wang's Ready To Wear Fall 2016 collection.

Just moments before the models hit the runway, Wang released various photos on his Instagram dedicating this particular collection to pop culture and hinting other edgy themes to be shown. In proper format, pop culture attendees who attended the presentation, included: Taraji P. Henson, Solange, Vic Mensa, Kylie Jenner, Tyga, Zoe Kravitz and many more. The show was held at St. Bartholomew's Church or a computer near you - like many designers during fashion week, presentations were live-streamed.

Models took the runway confidently with hair looks consisting of dyed, bleached or completely chopped to complement the edginess of collection. Many of the looks were paired with combat boots, canvas sneakers, sheer tights and brightly colored, fuzzy beanies with words in boxes, similar to the Supreme box logo, instead with words like 'Strict', 'Girls', 'Violator' and 'Tender'. The collection in one sentence? 'Grunge meets street wear meets high-end', with Chanel-inspired tweed skirt suits and dresses, however, Wang's were lined with leather and fur, as well as, short, form-fitting and adorned with silver metal hoop piercings. You've probably seen Ralph Lauren's classic embroidered pants? Wang had a very similar version in his collection, except with a 'stripper on a pole' silhouette printed all over.

The most recurring elements of the show were the boxed logo, the 'stripper on a pole' silhouette, the silver metal hoop piercings and most notably, the marijuana leaf which appeared all over a black and white mohair coat, as well as, on Wang's handbags, party dresses and camisoles.

Other elements of the show included plenty of mixed textures (lace, tweed, mohair and plenty of leather), plus garments comprised of men/women's maxi dresses, coats, hoodies, shorts, blazers, mini dresses, jumpers, pants and party dresses.

Not everyone will be able to pull off some of the looks and garments in this collection, since it's a far stretch from Wang's Balenciaga's days and designed towards his alternative audience: the 'young, wild, and free'.