Alexander McQueen’s unconventional and challenging outlook earned him an early reputation as an enfant terrible of the British fashion world. Fusing the craftsmanship of Savile Row tailoring with a darkly provocative sense of theater, McQueen’s menswear brought polish to rebellious and punk-influenced designs. The lower-priced McQ diffusion line was launched in 2006 and focuses on a youthful customer. Signature McQueen imagery including razorblades, skulls, and floral prints appears on casual staples: smart blazers, low-top skate shoes, graphic t-shirts, and neoprene sweatshirts.
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