Alexander Wang's models traditionally look like they're ready to pick a fight with the audience, or perhaps they're dressed to go to a club that is so underground and elusive that there is no sign on the door. But for his Spring/Summer 2012 collection, Wang's models appeared ready for the BMX course, that is if BMX was relocated to the East Village. At one point, his fresh take on biker culture featured a lineup of motorcross-inspired body suits paired with pointy pumps. And just to make sure the influence wasn't lost, models used botanical print BMX helmets as accessories. But it was his hexagon, laser cut jackets and skirts that felt like they were a fresh reincarnation of a 1980s classic. Oversized eel skin gym sacks only added to the ready-for-the track show. Wang is one of the rare designers here who is not afraid of street-influenced sportswear, and his unique perspective never feels like a cheap gimmick.