Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Fashion with Film inspired

As you may probably know by now Alexander McQueen is my most favoured designer from them all along with Chanel and Vivienne Westwood. McQueen however never strays too long from the film scene and almost always incorporates these into his work. His Spring/Summer collection in 2005 involved a chess board with the models actings as chess pieces not that far from the world of Harry Potter. McQueens ability to master the combination of wearable outfits and catwalk imagination makes him a very rare British talent.
School boy blazers, perfectly tailored cropped trousers based in royal blue and slate grey were followed by high waisted skirts that came on under feminine blousers and neckties. Volumed skirts teasmed with ankle boots illustrated an Edwardian edge, while stiff corsets and made to measure jackets held the show.


These were inspired by the Australian 'Picnic at Hanging Rock' which evolved into 'Harry Potter'

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