Who Should Take Over for Alexander Wang at Balenciaga?

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Now that Alexander Wang and Balenciaga are officially splitting up, it's time for the most fun part of following fashion news — the rumor-mongering and Twitter spitballing that takes place every time a talent vacates a huge house. Making things extra interesting this time is the fact that, according to a WWD source, parent company Kering might opt for a little-known candidate, as it did by hiring Alessandro Michele at Gucci. That means the playing field is wide open. We compiled our dream list of heavy hitters, including some names that are admittedly straight out of left field, because — well, why not? Kering, consider us your pro bono HR department.