Tony Wang is an American fashion designer that produces contemporary wear for men and women. Tony Wang is known for his geometric, edgy pieces. Perhaps more than the style of the pieces, Tony is particularly known for the symbolic value he instills into his pieces, each being inspired by a philosophy or concept. While still an up and coming designer, his skills have been recognized by the fashion industry, having named him a 2010 Fashion Scholarship Fund winner.
More impressive, Tony Wang is only nineteen years old and a sophomore at an Ivy League university. Tony Wang is studying business at the Wharton School with a triple concentration - finance, operations and information management, and marketing. Tony never learned fashion from an organized institution. Rather, he self-taught him everything he knows about fashion and design. Tony currently runs a one-man show for his clothing label, from sales to PR to operations to production. Luckily, he has been involved with variety of companies, having interned at Google, IDEO, and BCBGMAXAZRIA, giving him a slew of experiences he uses to boost his business acumen.
Tony Wang is also known as an important fashion blogger, being the founder of the premiere Ivy League fashion blog [the3st]. [the3st] was profiled in Seventeen.com and read by various industry leaders. Such leaders include William Baer, Senior VP of HR at Bloomingdales, Harriet Sternberg, an executive producer of America's Best Dance Crew, and several directors at The Gilt Groupe. Tony Wang is considered a fashion and style visionary and works hard to identify the newest trends and styles.