Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Alexander Mcqueen Autumn-Winter 2012-2013

I don’t think there was anyone who was not excited about the outcome of the Mcqueen show.

I have always been a fan of the dramatic effects the show causes wherever it be the set up and story behind the pieces, or the pieces it self.

This time no doubt it was all about the pieces.

The mirrored visors used to block out the faces of the models gave a sense of suspense and that there was a deeper meaning to everything more than what we can see.

Sarah Burton really has come good once again.

The opening with winter whites reminded me of ice-skating at Christmas. However in some futuristic ways, with the heel-less ankle boots or Mary-Janes worn over woolly socks.

Through out the show things seemed to get bigger and better, even more exciting. For example we started with skater skirts and ended up with huge ostrich feather skirts and dresses, which could quite possibly have a life of there own of the model.

The explosion of colour is what really excited me.

This collection I think can only be described as beautiful, and I can actually see hints of Chanel influence through out. Sarah Burton has once again succeeded in doing well, and proving she was the right choice for the house. Alexander Mcqueen, keeps going from strength to strength.

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