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  • Lookbooks PRE AW21 MENS LOOKBOOK

    Back to London, coming home. “Shape, silhouette and volume, the beauty of the bare bones of clothing stripped back to its essence – a world charged with emotion and human connection.” Sarah Burton

  • Stories -FIRST LIGHT-

    Alexander McQueen & Jonathan Glazer. FIRST LIGHT. Back to London, coming home.

  • Lookbooks PRE SS21 LOOKBOOK

    This collection was designed during lockdown. It is made predominantly out of stock fabric: over-printed, over-dyed - renewed.

  • Lookbooks SS21 MENS LOOKBOOK

    This collection was designed during lockdown. It is made predominantly out of stock fabric: over-printed, over-dyed - renewed.

  • Stories Alexander McQueen Store Design by Smiljan Radic

    Discover the new store design concept for Alexander McQueen, conceived by creative director, Sarah Burton, and the architect Smiljan Radic. View a short film focussing on its inception.

  • Lookbooks AW20 MENS LOOKBOOK

    Inspiration.. Northern landscapes. The windswept earth stripped bare: flint, rock, coarse earth and thistles. Art nouveau and arts and crafts: the restrained elegance of modernism. The organic abstraction of Henry Moore’s drawings. The dialogue between Alexander McQueen menswear and womenswear continues: heritage tailoring, uniform, hybrids and garment beetling.

  • Lookbooks AW20 LOOKBOOK

    “The collection is a love letter to women and to families, colleagues and friends. We went to Wales and were inspired by the warmth of its artistic and poetic heritage, by its folklore and the soul of its craft. The woman is courageous, grounded, bold: heroic. There is a sense of protection in the clothes, of safety and comfort, evoked through quilting and blankets. The hearts are a symbol of togetherness, of being there for others.” Sarah Burton Creative Director

  • Campaigns AW20 campaign

    The Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2020 campaign featuring Anok Yai, Sora Choi and Jill Kortleve, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth and art directed by M/M Paris.