Changes–Melding British sensibilities with a retro vibe indicative of the seventies, Sarah Burton's latest showing for Alexander McQueen surrendered to a cold presentation. Enlarging silhouettes and mixing prints, the men of Alexander McQueen subscribed to a moment of angst, hitting the catwalk in a number of ensembles that teetered between classic and playful. From anti-fit trousers and fitted jackets to voluminous silhouettes, the mood may have been one-note, but spring's wardrobe provided for many a type of man.
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