The Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2015 catwalk was all drama.
Creative director, Sarah Burton, created a Japanese-inspired collection designed for modern day warrior women. These are the Geisha's of today and they're dressed to kill.
Models stormed the runway - which was centered around white Marc Quinn flower sculptures - in silk jacquards, organza florals and glossy hand crafted (taped on) masks by international makeup artist Pat Mcgrath.
Boxy, cocoon outerwear was decked in exotic floral prints, embroidered sheer plunging shirts were tucked into leather skirts and knee-high lace up sandals with perspex platforms exaggerated the dark, sultry tone.
Slashed sleeves and cut-out detailing was a definite nod to sharp, sleek-as-you-like armour. The metallic laser-cut mini dress and those full organza flower skirts with leather harnesses? LOVING this interpretation of Eastern, edgy elegance.
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