Alexander McQueen celebrate their fascination with the rose
The latest installation in their store pays tribute to Lee Alexander McQueen’s Sarabande collection.
The story behind the new Alexander McQueen exhibition in St. Louis, Missouri
Photographer Ann Ray discusses her expansive archive of imagery from her days shooting friend and collaborator Alexander McQueen.
alexander mcqueen's quiet beauty
The devil is always in the detail for Sarah Burton.
a celebration of alexander mcqueen
As the house prepares to present its SS20 collection, Sarah Burton discusses her creative process, nostalgia and the importance of British craftsmanship.
the elegant subversion of alexander mcqueen’s menswear
Presenting a one-off menswear collection in London for spring/summer, Alexander McQueen delicately subverted the cornerstone of their brand: tailoring.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the uk
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
alexander mcqueen hits the north
From Liverpool to Leeds, Sarah Burton celebrated the creativity and beauty of the northern England she grew up in.
the alexander mcqueen flagship store features a study space for students
On the top floor of their new London flagship store, designer Sarah Burton is hoping to inspire a new generation of McQueens.
alexander mcqueen explores british history
From Arcadia to Avalon, Sarah Burton goes on a journey to the past to find a modern-day Boudica.
who was british fashion designer alexander mcqueen?
In this week’s episode of i-D’s fashion podcast, Fash-ON Fash-OFF, we’re charting McQueen’s rise from working-class boy from the east end to one of the most iconic artists of the century.
watch the full trailer for the alexander mcqueen documentary
As the designer himself once said “I want you to feel repulsed or exhilarated – as long as it’s an emotion”.
the mcqueen doc is a stark reminder of fashion’s creativity-commerce problem
Hearing Alexander McQueen detail the demands made of him as a creative director highlights the extent to which the fashion industry can hollow out its most wildly creative minds.