Alexander McQueen: Men’s Spring 2018

Alexander McQueen showed their Men’s Spring 2018 line, and it did not disappoint. This is the first time designer Sarah Burton has shown her men’s designs, and she chose to do so at the orangery at the Luxenbourg gardens, where she has held many of her womenswear shows.

Burton says this line was inspired by her fascination with folklore, fantasy, and nature. More specifically, “The idea is of celebrating nature as being part of nature, as opposed to this kind of clashing between the two. It’s not about conquering or ruling, it’s really about the idea of being at one with nature and the world,” she said.

The line, designed “to kind of ground” the Alexander McQueen man, is full of neutral colors, with the occasional pop of red. Sarah Burton has done it again!


  • Kristen is currently a rising junior at Emerson College in Boston, majoring in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, and minoring in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She's originally from Long Island, but loves being in the city environment, be it Manhattan or Boston, where there's tons of constant activity and inspiration. She loves fashion and beauty almost as much as she loves writing about it, and is happiest when she's surrounded by friends. She doesn't know much about where she'll be in the future, but she hopes to be working in the fashion industry surrounded by people she loves and lots and lots of clothes.

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