If you can think of hybrid attire between cotton pajamas, cargo artillery styles, and the classic and yet versatile button up shirt, you will get the essence that is the Spring/Summer 2017 collection from Alexander Wang. Criss-cross, buttons, cut-outs and oversized garments (in true Alexander Wang fashion) gave a more sexy and wearable appeal to the classic pajama set is the first thing that comes to mind when going through the entire 62 outfits.

Considering that there was a heatwave in NYC, the first 14 outfits proved that summer wasn't clearly over. Miniskirts and thigh-grazing short shorts were paired with torso-hugging ribbons that were attached to bralettes and crop tops. While Wang delivered a sexy athleisure vibe, he wasn't afraid to put in touches of femininity. The most breathtaking piece was a navy blue silk vest and short set that had black lace trimmings dripping off the hems of the sleeve and leg openings. It was a bit of a departure for Wang, but it proved that he was able to flex his biceps into experimenting with different styles.

Afterwards, Wang returned to his streetwear roots that we all knew and loved. Inspired by the late and great R&B singer Aaliyah, a denim-on-denim look consisted of a pair of boyfriend jeans rolled at the ankle and a matching denim jacket with multiple distressed and frayed holes that mimicked leopard spots. For that extra touch of Y2K, the look was styled with a striped baby blue and white bralette. It was from that look that Wang continued his obsession with strappy crop tops and halter tops. From there, he continued to the sporty, colourful and eccentric pieces that grounded his aesthetic.

Although Wang was based in New York, he never forgot his California roots by dressing his models in various bright coloured cropped graphic sweaters, ball caps and whistle lanyards that harked back to the Los Angeles surfer dude. Considering that the majority of Wang's colour palette consisted of neutrals, darks and pastels, the laid-back aura of the collection was revived with the bold colour choices of bright salmon and electric yellows.

From cropped tops to high-waisted trousers, Wang's Spring/Summer 2017 was ready to take the beach by storm. And even if your style wasn't leaning towards the skimpy and skin-baring from your shoulders to your toes, Wang did a good job at layering the pieces of the collection to showcase the varied ways they could be styled for any occasion and season. Definitely a top pick amongst fashion goers of the week, Wang once again brought street style chic to the runway and continued to show us how to bare it all and keep it cool.