God Save McQueen: scarf look book & video

The place where fashion dignity could meet with edgy and enchantingly disobedient visions would be definitely stamped by Alexander McQueen‘s signature. As we all know the dramatic fascinations of netherworld led McQueen to elaborate his own skull trademark. As one of his achievements that we could credit is the seemingly impossible connection between two distinctions – punk subculture and panache. The example is followed by McQueen’s confidant and successor, Sarah Burton, in the latest collection of scarves entitled with a play on patriotic expression “God Save McQueen”. The iconic accessory is punctuated with interesting colour schemes and extraordinary designs.

alexander mcqueen scarf

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Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection
Alexander McQueen Scarves S '11 Collection

Sarah Burton – the loyal preserver of McQueen’s voice in fashion – keeps her concepts straight with the specialty of the house. By grasping the meaning of strong Brit-punk statements, Sarah depicts renowned images of skulls, Union Jacks or blurred prints in a graceful manner. The sylphs could be channelled with Rock’n'Roll looks or edgy luxury ensembles where comfort equals with chic. The accessories are a perfect match for the followers of rebellious yet chic femininity.

Click on the thumbnails to view more from the Alexander McQueen God Save McQueen scarf collection; and you can also view a video campaign above.

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Art lover, fashion taster, self-taught artist inspired by faces and emotions. Magdalena Kapuscinska loves to meet and be inspired by creative people, to listen to their ideas, their visions, and their experiences. It's that perspective on appreciating life that Magdalena brings to her writing on Fashionising.com as she pursues uniqueness in art, fashion, design and photography. The result of her pursuit for writing interlaced with artistic inspirations can also be found on her personal blog, EdelScope. She also runs vintageleatherind.wordpress.com, a website dedicated to vintage leather.