Now here is a woman one doesn't expect to see in McQueen, but it fits her like one. Photo: StyleBistro. Every (Mc)Queen deserves a train... Photo: Vogue.com. Gisele and Naomi - also in McQueen - on the red carpet. Photo: @worldmcqueen. Karen Elson in Alexander McQueen SS04. Photo:...

There was no skirting the issue – wearing tartan in any form on this red carpet is a tribute to McQueen. Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy are a hit in kilts - a lovely and cheeky homage to McQueen. Photo: Getty. Alexander McQueen and Sarah Jessica Parker at the Met Gala, 2006 - a memorable...

Vivienne Westwood World Man SS12. Elegant gentlemen are so rare these days. I like the care taken by men in three-piece suits. Show us you care, gentlemen – by all means and by all seams. Images courtesy of Vivienne Westwood. Be the first to like this post. Leave a Comment No...

wearing McQueen, but who isn't. Even HRH Ah-na opted for another designer. Ms. Wintour in Chanel Couture. Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/FilmMagic. It's no secret that she is quite loyal to Karl, but her choice not to wear McQueen really surprised me tonight. I am guessing she didn't...

this month is the much-anticipated one written by Andrew Bolton called Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, which accompanies the exhibition of the designer's work to open at the Met in May. Savage Beauty Bible. The tome also features contributors Tim Blanks and Susannah Frankel and of...

While I am disappointed she didn't wear Lee McQueen, she was a vision in her SS11 Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown and FW11 shoes. Ms. Guinness, we are not worthy. Ascending to new heights. Frockin' fabulous. I wonder what that dress felt like to wear... Catch up on all my...

The softness and lightness of a feather dress, from the Alexander McQueen SS08 show. Is it me, or can you feel the softness of that cashmere through these images? They take you to another world. You are transported. Getting carried away during Voss, SS01. Ferocious feathers from...

In the first, she wears the same dress and recreates the dreamy hologram from Alexander McQueen's FW06 show, entitled The Widows of Culloden. I remember how it brought tears to my eyes when I first saw it – likely one of the best fashion moments of all time and one of my favourite...

Many of the pieces for the show have come from the Alexander McQueen company archives. Such is the reason that Sølve Sundsbø's photographs of the pieces from the exhibition look so ethereal. They were shot on real models as well and then digitally altered to show only the pieces themselves....

None the worse for wear, 'innit? She looks positively glowing – in Alexander McQueen, of course. Sarah Burton - in a dress! Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images. Compare it to last year's red carpet: Be the first to like this post. Leave a Comment No comments yet.

 

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