Current unreasonable desire: this $4,475 funnel-neck leather jacket from Alexander McQueen.
If Alexander McQueen’s 2013 Resort line looks a little familiar, that’s because designer Sarah Burton borrowed heavily from glam rock in general, and from David Bowie’s closet specifically. But then, the silver bellbottom suit probably already gave that away.
Via Bloodmilk. Someone remind me to ask her to start guest blogging here soon, ok?
This morning feels a little like fall for the first time, and I’m craving leather and leaves. Everything from Alexander McQueen, 2011.
Alexander McQueen Black Iris platform sandal. If I were the goddess Flora, these would be my dancing shoes.
There was a whole lot of weight put on how this collection turned out. Overall, I think it’s a decent collection, but I feel like the fetish touches were way too basic. I could cobble together a reasonable facsimile of most of the accessories from my own closet. It just didn’t go far enough. I […]
Alexander McQueen Fall RTW 2011 More after the jump!
The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be exhibiting Alexander McQueen : Savage Beauty, opening to the public May 4. The exhibit will contain approximately 100 pieces, celebrating a retrospective of the late designer’s full career. If you don’t find yourself in New York City for the show, the accompanying book will […]
Tribute to Alexander McQueen by Nick Knight, music by Björk
Friday’s homework assignment is to take three minutes and eleven seconds to watch pure shoe porn on ShowStudio’s Object Fetish, dedicated to Alexander McQueen’s stunningly intricate Angel heels.
Jeffrey Campbell’s Alexander McQueen “Tribute” shoe, limited quantities available soon at LF Stores.
I have a homework assignment for you, my dear comrades. This image from L’Officiel Hommes, issue #09 2007, shot by Milan Vukmirovic, has been making its rounds about Tumblr the last few days, and I cannot find the full editorial anywhere. Perhaps one of you shall have better luck?
Vogue Paris‘ tribute to the late, great, Alexander McQueen. I will not tell you how to use the tissues. Photos by Steven Klein. Styled by Carine Roitfeld. More after the beep.
Despite the collection being only 80% completed at the time of his death, Alexander McQueen’s final (and this time I’m sure) 16 pieces showcased a romantic and medieval inspired theme. “He wanted to get back to the handcraft he loved, and the things that are being lost in the making of fashion. He was looking […]
Images of final Pre-Fall 2010 collection designed by the late Lee Alexander McQueen has been released, and it is no less visionary than anything else he ever put out. The label shall live on without him, but his final pieces were every bit as stunning as we have come to expect. Without further adieu, Alexander […]
This morning, I woke to my usual routine of checking emails, Twitters, Facebook messages, and the like, to be completely flooded with the sad news of Alexander McQueen’s founder and designer, Lee McQueen, death. He is a designer we have all admired, respected, and have been inspired by, so rather than devote this article to […]
Wet Seal seems to have jumped on the bandwagon. Seriously. It’s just comical at this point.
I’m sure all of you remember our excitement back in August when we discovered the Steve Madden Seryna bootie knockoff of Alexander McQueen’s Faithful. I didn’t pre-order mine, so instead, yesterday I stopped into a Madden shop and found a pair on display. Sadly, just as a sales clerk was about to grab me a […]