FarFetch.com have recently released an illustration honouring ten of Alexander McQueen's most groundbreaking, inspirational shows. Illustrating everything from the iconic designer's Spring/Summer 1999 show, No.13, which showcased supermodel Shalom Harlow who stood on a revolving platform and was spray painted with two mechanical robots and his Widows of Culloden which closed the show with a hologram video starring Kate Moss, this is something you've just got to see. And, the illustration makes a timely appearance in regards to the upcoming V&A presentation of Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty exhibition. The show, which will run from the 14th March - 19th July 2015, celebrates the extraordinary designer's talent. For more info check out the V&A website here.
All images are sourced from FarFetch
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