Tina Kalivas‘ avant-garde fashion designs are extravagant and daring. Her work seems highly futuristic, drawing influence from the great Alexander McQueen, whom she previously worked for as a seamstress.
Alexander McQueen, eat your (jelly) heart out. For the launch of TWELV Magazine, Hissa Igarashi and Sayuri Marakumi designed a breathtaking dress using only … wait for it … gummy bears. Yum! The dress is modelled on an equally tasty creation by the late, great Alexander McQueen.
We have all heard our fare share of Lady Gaga covers, but this one tops them all! This cover of Bad Romance is honest, soft, raw, and just awesome. Now, I’m a Gaga fan: anything I can dance to is a win for me. But there is something about Lissie’s gusty voice that makes me [...]
British fashion designers Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen are known the world over for their theatrics on the catwalk, but such displays of artistic fashion are unconventional for Mexico. So when designer Mauro Babún unveiled his Morgana Fall 2010 line at DFashion week with all the eerie pomp and circumstance of a McQueen show, the audience gleaned the pasarela melodrama.
Although Alexander McQueen is not known for his environmentally friendly clothes or timeless looks, this season McQueen stuck to the heartbreaking truth and brought the economic recession literally onto the runway. Taking from past shows, props and structures were strewn about the stage, and each lurid and sinister piece on the models (which held vapid gazes on their faces) heralded back to a silhouette or a piece we’ve seen before.