Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton looked to British subcultures and the Nineties club scene for her spring collection, which was young and rebellious in spirit.

References to the punk movement were evident in a look featuring rolled-up crumpled tartan pants paired with a matching shirt and a cropped denim jacket with leather intarsia. Sportswear, meanwhile, served as the influence for knit shorts and trunk pants in a black-and-white pattern showing a distorted McQ logo.

The collection also focused on tailoring, as shown in a well-cut, lightweight wool coat with tartan details and a slim, clean suit worn with a denim jacket under the blazer.

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