An extraordinary and magical Fall 2010 RTW Collection that captured in dramatic looks on the runway Alexander McQueen's perspective, put the entire fashion world burts into tears by watching his final collection at Paris Fashion Week.
15 Mar, 2010
One of the most unique and versatile fashion designers, was without a doubt, Alexander McQueen. With his art mixed with fashion, he was able to show through his imagination, all the power that was always standing in his soul. By revealing a new side of him in every collection, he was able to reinvent and put himself to the limit by creating works of art walking down the runway.
The suicide of Alexander McQueen is no news for anyone but re-watching his collections or creations makes him more alive in our mind and soul than ever. By wearing his desgins, celebrities like Lady Gaga, Kate Moss, Daphne Guinness , Rihanna, Mary-Kate and Ashlee Olsen or Sarah Jessica Parker make a little tribute to remember him.
The 16 pieces that walked down the runway in the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection were the last creations that Alexander McQueen designed. By taking drama to another level, we feel confusion, frustration and anger coming out of this line. His soul storm manages to capture all of his thoughts into a collection were futuristic meets Byzantine art.
What starts with dramatic theatral medieval looks that give a romantic insanity aspect ends up with structural futuristic shapes that follow the new age through luxury and powerful attitude. The beautiful details attached give a touch of poetic aspects mixed with religious themes.
The abstract prints put in a bold chromatic theme that goes from sophisticated black to pure white, dramatic red or royal yellow, accentuate the confusion from his mind.
With these medieval and futuristic shapes in a romantic theme chosen, Alexander McQueen manages to interpret once again fashion through his eyes and make artistic desgins that represent him the best way possible.