Alexander McQueen ~ 5 of 5
30.08.2011 § 1 Comment
I think women want to emulate Audrey Hepburn, but men prefer women like Elizabeth Taylor. It is all about the sensuality.
cream silk satin and organza appliqued with black degraded silk lace and embroidered with clear beads and sequins.
McQueen used a lot of embroidery. The following pattern is nice, and drawing it allows me to get to know the pattern better.
black silk and cotton damask embroidered with white cotton thread
and decorated with black feathers
harness of black python
This exhibit was one of the most inipirsng, and beautiful collections of an artist that purely channeled his love of beauty unsurpassed by limits.His consistency remained in that he was not afraid and quite fearless by definitions and rules set by society.Alexander McQueen’s passion for expression was contagious, and being able to interact with his art in person was humbling, and it left me in great gratitude for the gift he gave the world.