Excellent news fashion fans! We have a greater indication than ever that the record-breaking Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition could be coming to London.
Following a fierce campaign from style-watchers (us included) - indignant that the retrospective exhibit was chosen to be shown in the US, as opposed to the designer's home country - event organisers have now confirmed that they are looking into potential venues in the capital.
And the Victoria & Albert Museum has already declared interest in playing host...
"The V&A is very keen to hold an exhibition of McQueen's work," said a spokesperson yesterday. "We have spoken to the fashion house about it as we know there is a huge audience for it here in Britain, but there are no plans at the moment."
Savage Beauty was the 8th most popular exhibit in the New York Met Museum's 140-year history, with over 650,000 visitors.
"Alexander McQueen appreciates the huge amount of interest the public has shown towards the Savage Beauty exhibition," reads a statement issued by the fashion house. "We have been in discussion with a number of major venues in London for some time now, however nothing has been finalised."
We're keeping our fingers crossed...
Click on the gallery below to see what all the fuss is about: