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Alexander McQueen Clothing For Women
After a trip to Chatsworth House, Alexander McQueen's Creative Director Sarah Burton wanted to create a Resort '18 collection inspired by the clothing worn by English aristocrats. This mini dress is made from sculpting a jacquard-knit woven with vintage florals and seams that look like corsetry boning. The flared skirt is paneled with mesh, referencing traditional crinoline caging.
Low-top buffed leather sneakers in white. Round toe. Lace-up closure. Logo stamp in silver-tone at padded tongue. Padded collar. Perforated detailing at sides. Studs and silver-tone logo at heel collar. Tonal textured rubber sole. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 1.75 platform.
Long sleeve knit sweater in black. Tonal rib knit trim throughout. Crewneck collar. Embroidered lace detailing at sleeves. Button closure at back collar. Tonal stitching.
Alexander McQueen's tonal-gray cape is decorated with the label's signature skull motif. Made in Italy from a sumptuous blend of wool and cashmere, this enveloping piece looks equally chic worn open, swept across the shoulder or cinched at the waist with a belt.
Alexander McQueen's top is made from crisp white cotton-poplin. The draped peplum-style hem creates the illusion of a more defined waist and will sit smoothly over tailored pants. It's a perfect example of why smart, work-appropriate separates needn't be boring.
Alexander McQueen's black denim jacket is crafted with the same precise tailoring we've come to expect from the London label's elegant suiting. The nipped-in waist is accentuated by the zipped 'slashed' front - a signature of the latest collection. We love how the contrasting white stitching accentuates the clean lines and slim fit of this piece.
Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection is inspired by gardens at Great Dixter in East Sussex, England, where Sarah Burton took her team just as the flowers started blooming. Cast from gold-tone brass, these earrings are designed to resemble a beetle. They're complete with Swarovski crystals, iridescent abalone shell and faux pearls that fall just below the jawline.
Alexander McQueen's jewelry designs alway feel like precious heirlooms of a bygone time. This cuff is plated in antiqued gold that's inlaid with faux pearls and crystal-encrusted stars. The beetle center has an opalescent resin body and a signature skull at its mouth.
Heritage pants are an essential buy this season and if you're looking for perfectly tailored pair, you'll find few better than Alexander McQueen's. Cut in a cropped length that works with brogues (as seen in the lookbook) heels and ankle boots, they're made from wool woven with Prince of Wales checks - a nod to Sarah Burton's passion for British traditions. Team yours with the matching blazer or take cues from style setters and opt for oversized shirts and voluminous trench coats.
Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection sees Sarah Burton turn to the English countryside for inspiration. Made in Italy, this jacquard-knit skirt is woven with a white botanical scene that pops against the black background. It's cut to sit high on the waist and kicks out to a lightly structured A-line shape. We like it with ankle boots.
Alexander McQueen's top is made from smooth and ribbed bands of stretch-knit fabric, paneled with peekaboo lace. Designed to be worn layered under a tailored blazer or sheer shirt, it has grosgrain ribbon at the straps and exposed silver hardware.
Alexander McQueen's top is part of the label's much-anticipated Cruise '18 collection. It's cut from fluid ivory silk-georgette in a loose silhouette and has slim black embroidered trims along the pussy-bow ties for emphasis. Wear yours tucked into a pair of the brand's tailored pants.
When Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton took her team to Great Dixter house in East Sussex for research the gardens were in full bloom - this ring is inspired by the colors they saw there. It's been made by Italian artisans from gold-plated brass and adorned with multicolored crystals and faux pearls. Wear it solo on the middle finger.
Lee Alexander McQueen trained as an apprentice on London's Savile Row, which is why cut, shape and proportion play such an important role in the house's tailoring, even today. Made in Italy from crisp cotton-poplin, this striped shirt has an oversized silhouette and exaggerated cuffs that create soft billowing at the sleeves. Balance the menswear feel by wearing yours with pumps.
For Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection, Sarah Burton and her team took a trip to the Great Dixter house in East Sussex, where they were struck by the abundance of flowers in full bloom. Reminiscent of what they saw, this necklace is cast from burnished gold-plated brass and embellished with red crystal petals, faux pearls and spikes. Wear yours with strapless necklines.
There's always a surprising twist to each of Alexander McQueen's designs and this leather jacket has multiple metal zips that allow the fit to be altered. It's been made in Italy from buttery black leather and is lined in satin to ensure easy layering and comfort. Adjust the buckled belt to define your waist, or leave it open for a more relaxed feel.
Alexander McQueen's earrings combine two of the season's biggest trends - statement hoops and mismatched accessories. Made in Italy from silver-plated brass, this pair has nearly shoulder-grazing charms embellished with sparkling crystals and a lustrous faux pearl. Both recurring motifs for the brand, the rooster represents honesty and strength of character, while the swallow is inspired by Hitchcock’s iconic film The Birds .
When it comes to deconstruction, there are few who do it more creatively than Alexander McQueen. Cut in Italy from crisp silk and cotton-blend, this oversized shirt is spliced with two contrasting checked patterns and has slashed sleeves that can be completely detached. It looks so cool layered over tailored pants.
Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 runway featured lots of cutout silhouettes that appeared to unravel off the model's shoulders. A continuation of that theme, this denim jacket looks as though it's folded open at the collar. Wear it with matching jeans and bold red pumps.
Alexander McQueen's signature fabric this season is 'petal tweed' – the colors and pulled threads are inspired by the rose garden at Chatsworth House. Cut in a curve-enhancing pencil shape, this skirt is lightly frayed around the edges and has a back vent for ease of movement. Pick out the flashes of red with a scarlet lipstick.
Alexander McQueen's mini dress is patterned with petals inspired by the gardens of Great Dixter house in Sussex, England. Made in Italy from lustrous silk crepe de chine, this design is cut for a loose fit and has a slightly ruffled dropped waist that elongates your torso. Gently knot the pussy-bow ties or let them drape.
Alexander McQueen's ring is adorned with lustrous black Swarovski crystals that reflect the light for a soft, luminous finish. Cast from gold-plated brass, this style is framed with faux pearls and features the brand's signature snake motif. We like it best worn solo on the middle finger.
Alexander McQueen's dress is cut from flexible stretch-jacquard woven with pretty roses at the hem. It has scalloped edges to frame the off-the-shoulder neckline, cropped sleeves and hem. The fit-and-flare shape is so flattering for all figures.
Alexander McQueen uses carefully engineered ribbing so pieces like this wool cardigan sculpt your frame in an elegant, flattering way. Raised piping and folded cuffs add further definition. Leave it loose over slim-leg pants.
Skulls have always been Alexander McQueen's signature, and this gold-plated brass brooch features them as miniatures hidden between blooms. It's punctuated by a faux pearl in the center and can be pinned to the lapel of your favorite blazer or jacket.
The intricate gold embroidery and light-catching crystals on this Alexander McQueen sweater are inspired by the blooms found in a traditional English garden. Knitted from soft wool, this slim-fitting piece has a classic crew neckline and defining ribbed trims. Tuck yours into a swishy skirt or wide-leg pants.
Alexander McQueen's Cruise '18 collection celebrates the brand's English heritage, from the countryside to London's Savile Row. Inspired by menswear styles, this coat is neatly tailored from wool and cashmere-blend and finished with peaked lapels. It's double-faced to feel luxuriously soft inside and out.
Alexander McQueen's pants have been expertly tailored in Italy from cotton-twill in a wide-leg silhouette that's cinched at the waist with paperbag-style knife pleats and a tonal belt. The cropped length is accentuated by wide folded cuffs - this season, we think they'll look really cool over slim tall boots. Balance their utilitarian feel with a romantic blouse or some of the brand's ornate jewelry.
One of our favorite elements from Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 runway was the jewelry – each model's outfit was adorned with antique-inspired charms that glistened from beneath their slicked hair. These silver-plated earrings are embellished with lustrous faux pearls and faceted crystals enveloped by winding snakes and claws.
When designing the Spring '18 collection, Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton was thinking about Britishness - and what could be more so than the classic trench? Perfect if you're ever caught in a downpour, this style is tailored from cotton-gabardine in tonal beige hues with layered lapels and draped sides. It has oversized pockets and a waist-cinching buckled belt.
Alexander McQueen's shirt is the perfect example of how smart, work-appropriate pieces can also be fresh and on-trend. Cut from crisp white cotton-poplin, this style has pleats along the bodice to accentuate your frame and an elegant longer back hem with soft ruching. Wear it with tailored pants and pumps.
Sarah Burton looks to the past for Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection - she even made a trip to the House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion exhibition at Chatsworth House for inspiration. Full of archival and heritage references, this patchwork wool-blend jacket is detailed with crest-embossed buttons and paneled with checked cotton and wool-blend. Mirror the runway look with these pants and the label's cult 'Box' bag.
Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 collection is inspired by stately homes in the rural English countryside and their eccentric owners. The rich shade of these wide-leg pajama-style pants resembles the plush red velvet chairs inside Derbyshire's Chatsworth House. They're cut from fluid silk-satin and outlined in black piping.
Alexander McQueen's cardigan is knitted from a soft cashmere and wool-blend in a slim crew-neck silhouette - its pastel-pink hue will easily complement neutral pieces in your wardrobe throughout the seasons. Wear yours over a frilly blouse and tailored pants to the office, or slip it on at the weekend with jeans and a tee.
Alexander McQueen's pants are expertly tailored in a crisp straight-leg shape from wool-blend with touches of silk. They're defined by contrasting red piping along the sides and cuffs - a detail looks great highlighted with matching accessories or jewelry. The cropped length is particularly flattering for shorter frames, too.
Alexander McQueen explores the many facets of British heritage for Resort '18, touching on everything from the countryside to punk. A perfect blend of the two, this oversized sweater is spun from merino wool and has chunky ribbed trims. It's detailed with zips at the sleeves that unfasten to reveal bubblegum inserts and at the back to create a cool spliced hem.
Inspired by artist Barbara Hepworth, Alexander McQueen's dress has sculptural ruffles along the sleeves and a tiered mini hem. It's cut from a wool-blend with a hint of stretch and padded at the shoulders for structure. Wear yours with a pair of the label's signature brogues.
Alexander McQueen's collections may have explored a captivating array of myths and civilizations over the years, but fans of the house can always count on there being some impeccable tailoring every season. This midnight-blue blazer is made from grain de poudre wool in a slim silhouette that's gently padded at the shoulders and has sleek darts and shaping at the bodice. We particularly love the layered front - a sharply peaked lapel rests on a shawl collar that's been top-stitched by hand all around, a sign of true craftsmanship.
For Spring '18, Alexander McQueen Creative Director Sarah Burton draws inspiration from the Great Dixter gardens – she was particularly struck by its preservation. Like the timelessness of the 15th century English landmark, these cropped midnight-blue pants are a smart investment that you will wear for years to come. Tailored in Italy from wool-crepe, they sit comfortably high on your waist and have an exaggerated wide-leg silhouette that gives the illusion of a midi skirt.
For Alexander McQueen's Spring '18 show, Sarah Burton created her own version of a country garden on the runway, inspired by her visit to Great Dixter house in East Sussex. Drawing on traditional military and gentleman's tailoring, this coat is spliced together from panels of black wool-blend, beige linen and traditional tattersall checks. It has structured shoulders, slanted pockets and only fastens to the yoke, making your waist appear smaller.