マックイーンの世界

  • ストーリー REMEMBERING OUR FRIEND, MENTOR AND THE FOUNDER OF THIS HOUSE, LEE ALEXANDER MCQUEEN.

    Remembering our friend, mentor and the founder of this house, Lee Alexander McQueen, who died ten years ago today. His brave and beautiful spirit touches everything we do, always, and we miss him every day. 17.03.69 – 11.02.10

  • ストーリー Roses - Follow Head of Atelier, Judy Halil

    Follow Head of Atelier, Judy Halil, as she gives a step-by-step demonstration and insight into the expertise of the studio at Alexander McQueen. Here she makes one of the centrepieces of the Roses installation: the swirling red Rose dress by Sarah Burton from the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection.

  • ストーリー -FIRST LIGHT-

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

  • ストーリー ETHAN JAMES GREEN CAPTURES THE SPRING/SUMMER 2020 PRE-COLLECTION

    Ethan James Green captures the Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2020 pre-collection, casting a group of close friends in a series of portraits. The cast consists of Ethan’s long-term collaborators Dara, Marcs Goldberg and Torraine Futurum.

  • ストーリー 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.

  • ショー AW20 SHOW

    “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

  • ストーリー MCQUEEN CREATORS

    @AlexanderMcQueen #McQueenCreatorsをタグ付けしてInstagramで作品を共有してください。

  • ルックブック SS20 LOOKBOOK

    “Each look tells its own story. The connection between the clothes is the time it took to make them. I was interested in clarity and paring things down, in the essence of garments – stripping back to the toile. I love the idea of people having the time to make things together, the time to meet and talk together, the time to reconnect with the world.” SARAH BURTON CREATIVE DIRECTOR