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4View SlideshowBackContinueShare this:FacebookTwitterFlipboardWhatsAppEmailCopyAdvertisementOctober 22, 2014There are differences aplenty.Not only is Wang the first American designer to partner with the Swedish fast-fashion behemoth, but his line comprises mostly original pieces, whereas past partnerships with labels such as Isabel Marant and Maison Martin Margiela have simply produced affordable iterations of expensive runway items.

Also divergent: A focus on authentic activewear.“I’ve always been fascinated by performance clothing,” Wang says.

Wang is quick to point out that his garments are not all fashionable form with the mere illusion of function — these are clothes that actually work.

Alexander WangGetty ImagesAmong the 38-piece lineup are water-repellent jackets, breathable laser-cut shorts and quickdrying crop tops as appropriate for SoulCycle as they are for sweaty romps at the club.But the sporty spirit is not limited to ready-to-wear.

Like the wunderkind’s namesake label, the H&M collection reflects a wider view of Wang’s ready-to-rumble universe.

There’s a yoga mat, scuba goggles, backpacks, beanies and even boxing gloves.am has now entered the wearable-tech market with his new creation, Puls.

The “smartcuff” can make calls, send texts, post on Instagram, stream music, use Twitter and more.[New York Times]-Bradley Cooper’s main squeeze Suki Waterhouse is the face of Burberry’s new “Fresh Glow” makeup collection — which promises to give users full, Delevingne-esque brows.

[Grazia]-Marchesa co-creative director and founder Georgina Chapman joins the ranks of fashion greats Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors, Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Jenna Lyons and others as a member of the board of the Council of Fashion Designers of America.[Vogue UK]

Always one for theatrics, Karl Lagerfeld’s feminist protest on the Chanel catwalk was the talk of the fashion season, and model Gigi Hadid opens up for the first time about the experience.