On the first anniversary of his death here's a look back at each of McQueen's runway presentations for his label Alexander McQueen. Spring/Summer 1994 - Nihilism Isabella Blow discovered (Lee) Alexander McQueen during the showing of his graduation collection at Central Saint Martins College...

Photo: Getty Images Daphne Guinness surely made her friends Isabella Blow and Lee Alexander McQueen proud in this lilac Spring/Summer 2011 feathered gown. Photo: Getty Images Naomi Campbellrocked this white couture tulle dress like no one else could. Photo: Getty Images Karen Elson...

Alexander McQueen sleeps under a portrait of himself in a rented flat in Mayfair, the Central London neighbourhood that is also home to such fashion luminaries as Valentino and Tom Ford. It's easy to see why McQueen favours this particular portrait, to a self-reflecting degree, and chose to...

Late designer Alexander McQueen is the subject of a documentary airing on British television tonight called, "McQueen and I," and while the film focuses on his infamous relationship with Isabella Blow, it also reveals some colorful and not exactly positive details about the designer, his...

>> Daphne Guinness, a longtime champion of Alexander McQueen, reveals that originally she was afraid to meet the designer: "I admired him and didn't want to meet him because I am quite shy, but Isabella said I must. But I didn't want to be a groupie. It had to happen organically. You don't...

A feature-length film about the rocky relationship between Alexander McQueen (who died in 2010) and Isabella Blow (in 2008) is in the works. The Ripper — presumably named after McQueen's provocative 1992 graduation collection from Central St. Martin's, Jack The Ripper Stalks His Victims —...

We're sure she has one closet just for her amazing McQueen pieces. Also, hidden in the bowels of what we're sure is a mega walk-in, is the collection of her late friend Isabella Blow, credited with discovering Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy. Just like the Savage Beauty exhibit that...

In this case, the triumvirate of David LaChapelle, Lee McQueen, and Isabella Blow—a quartet, if you count the Talking Heads song. London's National Portrait Gallery is now home to, and showing, David LaChapelle's Burning Down the House, perhaps the most enduring embodiment of the friendship...

Noble & Webster portrait of Isabella Blow, 2002 Although it was exciting to see so many examples of McQueen and Treacy's work on display, for me the highlights were two exhibits featuring the outfits worn by Blow that were apparently put together from archival photographs and newspaper...

On this day one year ago, we lost one of the greatest visionaries to ever grace the world of fashion: Alexander McQueen. After the deaths of two of the people closest to him, his mother and his close friend Isabella Blow, Alexander suffered greatly. While these are not the sole reasons (they...

 

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