Monday, 28 April 2014

McQueen’s Savage Beauty

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London gets ready to host the Alexander McQueen 'Savage Beauty' exhibition...
It took American audiences by storm at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2011, and now the iconic Alexander McQueen 'Savage Beauty' exhibition is coming to London. Opening in Spring 2014, tickets have already gone on sale, such is the popularity of McQueen's creations, with much excitement brewing as to what special pieces the exhibition will hold.

Lee Alexander McQueen tragically died on the 11th February 2010, shocking both his close friends and family as well as the world of fashion, who mourned the loss of such an amazing, talented man.

However, since his death, Sarah Burton has moved the house of McQueen to new highs, most notably by dressing the Duchess of Cambridge on her wedding day, yet never forgets the rich heritage of the fashion house and the impact McQueen had in creating it.

This exhibition will honour McQueen and his fashions shows, from when he first graduated from Central Saint Martins in 1992 to his later collections such as 'The Girl who Lived in the Tree,' 'Plato's Atlantis' and 'Ensemble It's Only a Game.'

'Savage Beauty' will truly be a wonderful experience for fashion and McQueen lovers all across Britain when it finally opens in London, so when will you be buying your tickets?

For ticket information, visit the Victoria and Albert website at -