Alexander McQueen Spring 2012 - Paris Fashion Week

Tuesday, October 4, 2011 | |


“It’s all about femininity and womanhood,” Sarah Burton said after showing her collection on Tuesday evening. “It wasn’t really meant to be fetishistic. It’s about embellishment and celebrating women’s beauty.”




*Photos Courtesy of Conde Nast Publicaitons*
Photographer Giovanni Giannoni






































Burton focused primarily on a single silhouette: small bodice, tiny waist, tight skirt flounced or godeted at the hem for flirtatious walkability. She countered these with puffed-out baby dolls and closed with gowns, including a pair of embroidered silver dazzlers. Breathtaking all, from start to finish.

4 comments:

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SoNotIram said...

wow I absolutely LOVE some of the pieces and the shoes are fab :) <3

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The Annachrist said...

always strange, always haunting, always beautiful!

caramellitsa said...

beautiful!! always admired a.m.q desings,the florals..

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