Alexander McQueen menswear Fall/Winter 2020 looks draw influence from the harsh environments of Northern British landscapes, windblown terrain, the earth’s minerals as well as ‘’the restained elegance of modernism’’ in regards to the Art Nouveau movement, Henry Moore’s drawings, and the label’s history, looking at heritage tailoring, uniforms, hybrids and garment beetling.
Kate Moss stars in Alexander McQueen‘s Fall/Winter 2019 campaign, sporting ensembles from creative director Sarah Burton’s new womenswear collection. The British supermodel previously appeared in the brand’s Spring/Summer 2014 advertisements. For this season, Kate poses in the English countryside photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth. Made with creative direction by M/M Paris, images focus on tailored suiting,
This season, Sarah Burton decided to show her Alexander McQueen’s menswear in a presentation format. Held within the London Charterhouse, a historic complex of buildings in Smithfield, in the City of London, the collection is, in a way, a subtle dialogue between womenswear and menswear. The collection boasted a variety of influences. Firstly, from Japan
‘’I went home for this collection, back to where I grew up in the North of England, surrounded by mill towns and wild countryside. I took my team to those mills, to a landscape that I remember from my childhood. The heart of the collection is inspired by the bolts of cloth we saw woven
Sarah Burton presented her Spring/Summer 2019 collection for Alexander McQueen at the Jardin du Luxembourg’s Orangerie du Sénat. The collection, featuring 41 looks, was ‘’about sisterhood, about women’s milestones and rituals: birth, christenings, weddings, funerals’’. Burton sees the Alexander McQueen women typically self-sufficient, determined and powerful in her femininity, yet vulnerable. For these women, she
Alexander McQueen has tapped three ladies: Dutch model Rianne van Rompaey, Italian model Vittoria Ceretti and rising model Shanelle Nyasiase from South Sudan, for its Fall/Winter 2018 campaign. Photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth in San Francisco – the city provides a rich backdrop evocative of the beauty of nature, the importance of culture and contemporary society
For Spring/Summer 2019, Sarah Burton premiered an Alexander McQueen collection steeped in the British tradition of the brand. The painter Francis Bacon and John Deakin, the 20th-century photographer, who captured the louche lives in London’s Soho, were key touchstones for the collection’s graphic-heavy tailoring, hacked-up trench coats, beautiful color-daub prints, brushstroke satin embroideries, graffiti jacquard,
Alexander McQueen once again taps Jamie Hawkesworth to photograph its Spring/Summer 2018 campaign. Under the creative direction of M/M Paris, McQueen’s creations are modeled by Kenyan up and coming model Shanelle Nyasiase. Creative director Sarah Burton’s ruffled dresses, floral embroidered gowns and tailored jackets stand out in the images.
Porter Edit featured three models Shanelle Nyasiase, Dipti Sharma and Hannah Motler on the cover of their September 14th, 2018 issue. Lensed by photographer Alexander Saladrigas; Shanelle wore Alexander McQueen bustier, Simone Rocha skirt, The Row boots; Dipti posed in Loewe dress, Miu Miu boots; and Hannah was styled in Helmut Lang coat, The Row
Fashion photographer Alasdair McLellan captured a fashion editorial for Vogue Paris’ February 2020 issue featuring models Vittoria Ceretti, Abby Champion, Giselle Norman, Maty Fall, Maike Inga, Maud Hoevelaken, Kerolyn Soares, Kasper Kapica and Amrit. In charge of styling was Aleksandra Woroniecka, who for the session selected looks from the likes of Stella McCartney, Missoni, Prada,