McQ Alexander Mcqueen

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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