LONDON — Alexander McQueen has planted its flag on Savile Row with the opening of its first stand-alone men’s wear store at number 9, down the street from Gieves & Hawkes.
The 2,200-square-foot store was designed by David Collins in collaboration with McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton. The two have been working together on a new retail concept for both men’s and women’s wear and for the McQ collection.
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