The British designer Alexander McQueen has again introduced a new set of clothes intended for this year’s coldest seasons. Popularly known for his ‘bumster’ trousers, which he designed as low-cut denims that show off a part of the butt, he has proven that he could produce another collection full of variety and style. Aside from bagging Britain’s prestigious Designer of the Year Award in 2001, this year’s Autumn Winter Collection is definitely promising.
With a variety of clothes, ranging from the necessary jackets, sweaters and cardigans to knit dresses, long-sleeve T-shirts and trousers, Alexander McQueen has indeed brought in ensembles that prove to be useful as seasons change.
His Long Patchwork Cardigan*, for example, definitely speaks of an innovative creation as different pieces of warm materials are wonderfully patched together. The combination of Floral Patchwork Handkerchief Dress paired with a Twisted Plachet Skirt results to a stylish, sinuous, unconstructed ensemble.
Meanwhile, the Scarf T-shirt for men coupled with Biker Trousers boast of a comfortable and cozy blend. In addition, animal prints did not escape Alexander McQueen’s Autumn Winter 2010 Collection as evidenced by the stylish presentation of the Tiger Stripe Sweater. Lastly, men, in particular, would absolutely benefit from the Tux Jacket matched up with a Loose Pinstripe Chino as a classic semi-formal appearance is emphasized.