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Alexander McQueen’s Ashes Buried in Scotland

Eyevine/Zuma While the fashion world will continue to mourn the gaping hole of raw talent left by Alexander McQueen‘s death, the British designer’s family has taken another step toward closure. WWD reports today that the ashes of the visionary couturier were buried at Kilmuir, a picturesque locale on Scotland’s Isle of Skye on May 29. […]...


Fall 2012 Trend: I Heard It Through the Grapevine


Alexander McQueen Fall 2010 x Sandro Botticelli’s ‘The Birth of Venus’ c.1486 via SomethingVain Editors said the show was difficult to watch because it was soon clear that McQueen was fixated on the afterlife. The clothes had medieval and religious overtones and suggested battles between angels and demons-themes that take on significantly more meaning in light of McQueen’s death. With pale faces and wearing bronze skull caps, models glided out in Jacquards and silks on which Old Master