Alexander McQueen Spring Summer 2018
Alexander McQueen, Maison Margiela Spring Summer 2018. The quintessential English gardens of Great Dixter: uncontrived floral planting, meandering borders and tangles of vibrant, exuberantly coloured blooms. Drenched in rain, warmed by sunlight, her wardrobe consists of long-cherished, worn-and-torn couture inspired pieces and bespoke men’s tailoring, deconstructed and reconstructed: reclaimed. She may be dressed in weather-beaten waxed jackets, vintage blue denim, oversized sweaters embellished with keepsakes from her grandmother’s jewellery box or in the fragile remnants of gowns that resonate with celebratory times past. While her history informs her present, she is mindful of the nature that surrounds her, secure in its healing powers and its potential for the future.
Maison Margiela Spring Summer 2018
Alexander McQueen, Maison Margiela Spring Summer 2018. For the Maison Margiela collection, Galliano took the stuffiness out of glamour and replaced it with relaxed allure. In the manner of the classical couturier, Galliano drew a new glamour. In adapting that premise to ready-to-wear, he looked at glamorous pastimes.