It was back in February during Paris Fashion Week when Sarah Burton first introduced us to the exuberant and splendid Elizabethan era in a confined 10-piece collection envisioned for fall / winter 2013. Alexander McQueen’s creative director further explored the inspiration borrowed from the priest’s cassocks worn during the golden age for the main line-up, a display of 32 ready-to-wear looks that managed to keep the fantasy alive.
Following the lines of the same dramatic detailing and sharp tailoring, the ready-to-wear collection is exquisite, sophisticated and filled with garments that are ready to make a brilliant statement. High-neck collars, rich fabrics, luxurious beading and an array of distinct silhouettes reimagined for the modern woman are sure to blur the line between theatricality and wearability.
Playing upon imagination and oozing of dark glamour, Alexander McQueen’s fall 2013 look book is set to bring a sense of drama to our everyday reality. You can see all of the Alexander McQueen autumn (fall) / winter 2013 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.