Amazing Alexander McQueen Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 Collection
I believe most people tend to buy the dress which can be worn daily, and to special occasions. Of course, there are lots of designers of this kind. And other masters may design pieces that will never be worn off the runway. And this is totally unwise from the financial point of view for the buyers. And today, let's take a look at Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collections. Even though he couldn't sell his creations he made, he have left the trace in history.
Sarah Burton, who took after the talented couturier in the fashion house, was afraid to experiment during her first seasons inAlexander McQueen label. Now she has become bolder and her designs are getting as bold. For Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 she sent her models down the runway in dresses and coats which are big and beautiful, finished with feathers or totally made of those.
Coming in a variety of colors – from white and rosy to black and red – the pieces in Alexander McQueen Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collection represent Ms Burton’s vision of the future. The designer said that despite the fact other brands think of a gloomy and dark future she wanted to see it light and happy.
Beautiful future. The soft bed of the forest floor by day and night. The domed caps and rippling underbellies of mushrooms and other fungi. Light and shade, power and protection, hyper-femininity and strength.
The silhouette becomes increasingly three-dimensional and overblown as the collection progresses. Shape, texture, print and embellishment explode, initially from the waist and finally from the neck down.
Sleeves were exaggeratedly long, while tiny waists were circled by silver belts with stylized knots at the front.
On the show the last few gowns, dozens of layers of wispy chiffon were pulled in around the waist, like creations from another world, that of McQueen’s designer, who stepped out for a bow in jeans, a pair of scissors in her rear pocket.