Spring/Summer 23 served as Alexander's dark ode to Americana. Serving as a foil to characteristics typically associated with Americana including freedom, opportunity and liberty, Opium Dream was born. The collection heavily references primary source texts about the opium epidemic in America during the 19th century, when opium dens were common. Other references include patent medicine advertisements along with iconography from infamous tobacco companies, and this culminates to Alexander's concept collection Opium Dream. The collection was initially inspired by and serves as half of Alexander's homage to Bruce Lee's iconic 1973 film "Enter the Dragon."