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... couture was faced with the threat of its decline. During the mid-1990s, an unprecedented development occurred in the history of French fashion: three young British designers—John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, and Stella McCartney—were...
...Footage Referenced Hermès, Autumn/Winter 1988 Chanel, Autumn/Winter 1991: Nouveau Rapper Christian Dior, Spring/Summer 2002: Street ChicIntroduction It is not uncommon to see an eclectic range of sartorial references...
... culture to high fashion. This strategy proved to be highly successful and Arnault went on to instate another British designer, Alexander McQueen, to take over the house of Givenchy. The reverse trajectory of trends from club to catwalk could...
... Tim Blanks, and Sølve Sundsbø (2012), Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Brampton Sally (1995), “Proper Little Madams.” The Guardian, March 15, 1995. Evans Caroline (2012), Fashion at the Edge Spectacle,...
...Footage Referenced Vivienne Westwood, Autumn/Winter 1993: “Anglomania” Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 1995: “Highland Rape” Chanel, Spring/Summer 1994 Christian Francis Roth, Spring/Summer 1993 John Galliano, Autumn/Winter...
...Footage Referenced Alexander McQueen, Spring/Summer 2001Introduction Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2001 collection “Voss,” presented at an old bus depot near the Thames River in London in September 2000, was one of his most memorable...
...Footage Referenced Calvin Klein, Spring/Summer 1993 Chalayan, Autumn/Winter 1999 Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 1995 Roth, Spring/Summer 1993Introduction By 1999 the world was caught up in a collective mood of reflection, evaluating...
... and Christian Dior, as a means to revive the luxury sector whilst keeping these heritage brands afloat. Rather controversially at the time, he brought in younger designers from outside France, such as John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, both from...
... that displayed similar anxieties about a world in disarray, such as the derelict cars and flaming buckets of Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 1997 collection and Comme des Garçon’s threadbare clothes for Autumn/Winter 1994. However,...
... is visible in his Spring/Summer 1992 collection. Alexander McQueen exploited both of these connotations and pushed the boundaries of the corset trend on the catwalk. In his Spring/Summer 1996 collection “The Hunger,” McQueen showed...