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12 febrero, 2010

An Homage

In honor of the great designer, creator, and innovator that Lee McQueen was I put together a 

small recap of his work, the farthest I could go back in time was up to the spring 1999 where 

he sprayed Shalom Harlow's white dress with paint on a stage in front of the 

entire fashion world, all the way up to his greatest and last show where he boldly did what 

only he knew best, mixing prints, textures, shapes, and putting on a spectacle for the world 

to remember him by.


Alexander McQueen was a romantic at heart, romanticism hidden behind a beautiful sheet of 

dark colors, rough edges, great Savile Row tailoring, Parisian couture, gothic imagery, sombre 

leitmotifs but without a doubt McQueen was really one of the great masters of fashion of our 

time, with him a bright light has been put out.


Alexander McQueen loved A-lines skirts, lace, bodices, cinched waistlines, jumpsuits, prints, 

theatrics, and most of all he loved putting on a show for the world to watch awestruck with 

one man's creative force.


We will never be able to understand why he did what he did, but for now all we can do is 

remember his work and the beauty that he put out into the universe.


Fall/Winter 1999 & Spring/Summer 1999



Spring/Summer 2001


Fall/Winter 2001


Spring/Summer 2002


Fall/Winter 2002


Spring/Summer 2003


Fall/Winter 2003



Spring/Summer 2004



Fall/Winter 2004


Spring/Summer 2005


Fall/Winter 2005


Spring/Summer 2006


Fall/Winter 2006

I felt this one deserved only a video, to be able to really appreciate the show and the clothes.

Spring/Summer 2007


Fall/Winter 2007


Spring/Summer 2008


Fall/Winter 2008


Resort 2009


Spring/Summer 2009


Pre-Fall 2009


Fall/Winter 2009


Resort 2010


Spring/Summer 2010





Lee Alexander McQueen

1969-2010


We'll miss you...