The fashion designer Sandy Liang has brought her twist on nostalgia to buzzy collaborations with companies including Vans, Target and now Baggu.
Sandy Liang has long been attached to bows.
As a child she doodled them incessantly. Now she embeds them incessantly into her line of clothing and accessories: on headbands and pockets, on earrings and necklines, on the sides of socks and the slits of skirts.
Bows, Ms. Liang said, are a part of “this whole childhood emblem thing,” along with other symbols — hearts, stars and flowers — that have since become motifs in her designs.
Ms. Liang, 32, started her namesake brand in 2014, just after graduating from the Parsons
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