For a Alexander McQueen Spring 2018 philharmonic in Paris, artistic executive Sarah Burton threw a punk-themed garden party, finish with pinkish stormy tea-length dresses, clunky biker boots and tartan kilts. In loyal McQueen form, a collection contained perplexing floral elaboration and beading, nods to Scottish birthright and fused a regretful Victorian cultured with gothic, deconstructed elements — and a beauty demeanour suggestive of a certain fear film.
Burton also sent some standout denim, metallic, edging and tulle moments down a runway, and as common left us feeling a bit in astonishment of her joining to luxury and consultant craftsmanship.
See a full Spring 2018 collection from Alexander McQueen in a gallery below.
Alexander McQueen The one advantage of 2017’s incredibly rainy British summer is that it was good for the gardens—and for Sarah Burton’s Alexander McQueen collection. When she and her band of textile […]