Alexander McQueen for Men – Autumn/Winter 2010

Alexander McQueen for Men – Autumn/Winter 2010

September 15, 2010, Fashion Designers, Men's Clothing trends and styles

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The name of the last year collection for men by Alexander McQueen – “The McQueensbury Rules” – was inspired by a 19th century boxer who was famous for his fair play and who established the Queensbury Rules for that game. The whole fashion show was designed in a similar box-like manner – the music was energetic, all the models looked very manly and they did not walk on the runway, they marched! Even though the show might have seemed rough, the collection was quite luxurious.

The cuts were really traditional; the models were wearing hats and carrying canes – commemoration of the classic elegance and tailoring. Most of the colours were black or brown but you could have also noticed some red details, like gloves or ties. It was the most masculine collection by Alexander McQueen.

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The collection for autumn/winter 2010 is called “An Bailitheoir Cnámh” which is in Gaelic and means “The Bone Collector”. It is designed in a style of seafarers and explorers who had to survive in a dangerous and unknown world. This insecurity should evoke today world – always changeable reality we have to face.

The most striking items of the collection are ski masks. They are completely printed and they are a part of nearly all the looks. The suits are in black, grey, brown and beige colours. The cuts are minimalistic but the patterns and materials compensate for that. You can find interesting batik, oriental or abstract ornaments printed on shirts, coats, trousers, shoes or even underwear. The coats are unique, you can almost see the explorers wearing them and fighting against the wild nature. The whole has an interesting effect – this Alexander McQueen’s collec­tion is dreamy and rough at the same time. Simply amazing!

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