Alexander McQueen looks to the life of Oscar Wilde for the inspiration of its fall-winter 2017 collection. Taking a dandy approach to the season, the line chronicles Wilde's life from fame and glamour … [Read more...]
Alexander McQueen - British Fashion House
Alexander McQueen founded his namesake label in 1992. McQueen was known for his bold designs and rebellious concepts. The designer's collections boasted names such as Highland Rape. In 2000, McQueen received an investment from the Gucci group, which allowed him to expand with new stores. In 2005, McQueen launched his menswear range, showing collections during Milan Fashion Week. By 2006, McQueen looked towards the mid-luxury market by introducing McQ.
A more casual line, McQ looks to more trendy items with a youthful appeal. Sadly, McQueen took his own life in 2010. That same spring, Gucci Group chief executive Robert Polet announced the appointment of Sarah Burton as creative director. The designer had worked as McQueen's right hand since 1996. Since, Burton has continued McQueen's penchant for elegant tailoring and rich prints with a sophisticated flair.
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McQ Alexander McQueen strikes up a chord of rebellion and uses its fall-winter 2016 campaign to introduce us to Japanese psychedelic noise-rock band Bo Ningen. The long-haired band consists of Taigen … [Read more...]
Inspired by director Gus Van Sant's 1991 film My Own Private Idaho, McQ Alexander McQueen pays homage to tragic heroes and fallen boys with its spring-summer 2017 men's collection. Weaving together … [Read more...]
Opting out of London Collections: Men, Alexander McQueen unveiled its spring-summer 2016 men's collection with a lookbook. Photographed by Julia Hetta, the nuances of this season's theme make a strong … [Read more...]