Angora, leather and sparkling pants aside, the first thing I noticed about Wang's fall collection was the absence of some of his favorite faces. Unlike in his previous shows, there was no Abbey or Freja, but Hanne, Karmen and Liu Wen still remained three of Wang's favorite faces. However, this wasn't the only visible change or 'growth' in Wang's fall collection. After the rapid expansion of his T label, Wang sought to create a strong point of different between his high end and lower end labels through his use of such fabrics as angora, chiffon and silk, making this fall collection the definition of luxurious chic. And whilst being somewhat luxurious, the traditional leather biker, pipe thin pants and angora coats all continue to reflect his traditional model - off - duty aesthetic. As for the accessories, they were few and far between which wasn't overly surprising given the copious layers one wears in fall. Although, there's always the shoes. The pointy brogue-esque metallic heels paired with the pink, royal blue and charcoal sparkling pants are my favorite. I can't say the same for the fur heels in deep red however, which looked more like high end slippers to me rather than something I'd be rocking with my jeans next winter. But all in all, there's not much else worth complaining about. It's undeniably exciting to have Wang back in black.