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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN F/W 2014-2015 PARIS FASHION WEEK

Images via Vogue.com

It was as if a fairy tale is brought to life. There is a true emphasis on artistry through the avant-garde pieces telling a whimsical world of Gothic silhouettes. Models marched in their pale face with twisted braids that is bringing a haunting yet interesting feel.Some of them have clean brows and some have big feathers glued on their brow bone giving that wolf eyes. Burton incorporated romance through elusive fur coats synonymous to the ones worn by Eskimos in Siberia, and historical influences that dates back from the English Renaissance. Black dresses were embellished with sparkling crystals and strong craftsmanship up to its tiniest details.

Sarah Burton has again played up with another fictional world as Alexander would have thought of. Gone are the days that ideas would only dwell on our imaginations as character popped out from the manuscripts to the fall runway. No wonder that the label is a must-watch at Paris Fashion Week. In the end, we have seen another perfection capsuled at its best.

Here are some of the runway photos via Vogue.com. Visit their website for more runway and backstage pics.

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Bless the models!

Ben.

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4 thoughts on “ALEXANDER MCQUEEN F/W 2014-2015 PARIS FASHION WEEK”

  1. I would have loooooved to have gone to this show! Beauty, Drama, Art etc etc. McQueen makes us all remember why these events are called ‘shows’ in the first place. We want to be entertained, we want to gasp, we want to dream, imagine, enter a new world, be inspired, not see the ‘norm’…

    1. Me too.. I always dream of being in Mcqueen’s show in Paris.. Its a pure mix of artistic minds plus high fashion ❤ So happy that Sarah Burton is living the legacy of Alexander. I even have chills watching the label's pasyt shows esp the one with Kate Moss hologram floating in the air =)

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