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The highly anticipated Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art officially opened yesterday - huge crowds came to check it out regardless of the uncooperative weather. The show, since the word exhibit doesn't do the justice here, was just like his work - "otherworldly."
Go and see it if you haven't already - witness his creations in a special environment of sounds, music, videos.
Alexander McQueen's inspirations were coming to him regardless of trends - his collections are taking us through history and cultures. The above outfit is from his 2006 Anglomania collection. Sarah Jessica Parker wore one of his Anglomania outfits on the red carpet at the Met.
Sarah Jessica Parker and her date Alexander McQueen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit Gala in 2006.
famous Alexander McQueen Armadillo Shoes - McQueen wanted to show the image of a ballerina standing on her points. These shoes for him were like the extensions of the feet, inspired by Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species
padded hips - who could ever get away with hip paddings - he could...
The Oyster Dress. McQueen inspiration was a ship after the storm, submerging, covered with sea foam, residues, floating, textural like an oyster.