He may have been crowned the new creative director at Balenciaga (arguably one of the biggest jobs in fashion), but Alexander Wang is still sweating the small stuff. When it launched several years ago, Wang named his secondary label T because that's what it was: T-shirts. Today, they're just a small part of the picture. Suede and leather pieces—like a crisscross minidress, skinny trousers, and a city-chic bralette—caught the editorial eye. The same goes for a pair of denim shorts whose leather pockets hung out the front from underneath (just like on your denim cutoffs). Lattice stitching on silk tops and silver hardware with little "T"s on the ends that poked through the collar of a blouse are further proof that the details count here.