Sarah Burton's first solo collection for Alexander McQueen debuts on the catwalk of Paris Fashion Week. Sarah Burton is precisely the kind of quiet powerhouse who has what it takes to grab hold of his legacy and drag it where it needs to go to survive and prosper... The exquisite couture line still manages to leave us in awe with numerous breathtaking and stunning designs.
The tail coat is a trade McQueen piece but here it was softened, its edges unfinished and hard peaked shoulders which was another McQueen signature. This piece here is one of my favorites the conservative glamour meets tailored at its best look.
My next favorite from the collection is a pristine black tuxedo, with a white bib-front shirt and gold military frogging embroidery—Burton kept the emotion reined, only set on proving her competence in translating McQueen’s templates into wearable pieces.
The dresses from this collection are stunning from the military look to the cocktail dress to the red carpet look.. These pieces are being taking by nature very much what McQueen has portray... This collection is a soft edginess from monarch butterflies to pheasant feathers to a gown of pleated organza that looked like unfolding sea anemone.
These pieces are truly unique and each piece tells a different story...
Alexander McQueen has a beautiful shoe collection for S/S 2011 from butterfly death-defying heels to fur-sational shoes and tribal corn-husk heels... Whatever you expect from the Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Collection you will surely not be disappointed...