Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Alexander McQueen, Spring 2013

One of my longstanding criticisms of the McQueen label is that the clothing is hardly distinctive. Say what you want about the Ralph Laurens and Armanis of this world,  but their clothing is immediately distinctive and recognizable. In contrast, it's really tricky to point to any consistent thread that defines a look as being a McQueen.

Not that I otherwise have any beefs with this latest McQueen offering. I'm a bit surprised that the show has more of a traditional and formal Savile Row feel to it than the avant garde flavour that is more typical of McQueen.

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