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For her first men’s wear in the wake of Alexander McQueen’s death, creative director Sarah Burton pushed forward with the house’s tailoring legacy, emphasizing soft constructions, cropped baggy pants and side-buttoned jackets and trenchcoats. “The collection looks into English culture over the decades and to the England of Alexander McQueen, referencing the gentlemen of Savile Row, World War I Tommys and the demob,” said Burton.


This story first appeared in the June 17, 2010 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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