The flowers of springtime and the glitter of heirloom jewels combined in Sarah Burton's fun, feminine resort offering at Alexander McQueen.
— June 24, 2015
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— June 14, 2015
Sarah Burton planted a collar of inky scrolls across the lapels of a white cotton officer coat to open the Alexander McQueen show, announcing its seafaring theme and her single-minded focus on tailoring.
Pat McGrath and Guido Palau worked on beauty look.
— March 11, 2015
With its David Sims photograph of a fragile decaying rose, the invitation to Sarah Burton’s Alexander McQueen show brought to mind Lee McQueen’s lyrical Sarabande collection.
— March 10, 2015
Sarah Burton, the brand’s creative director, said the lineup had a “portrait-y feel, with links to the men’s wear and its military details.”
— January 20, 2015
In a powerful show, Sarah Burton also perpetuated the uniform’s enduring dignity and relevance via innovative tailoring and daring fabric choices.
— January 11, 2015
Sarah Burton’s spring collection was based on her own treasured collection of antique kimonos and intricate fabric swatches.
— September 30, 2014
Pat McGrath and Guido Palau conceived the beauty look of the show.
Sarah Burton wove together a collection that was simultaneously sculpted and sharp-edged.
— June 24, 2014