Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London
The New York metropolitan Museum are paying a tribute to british designer Alexander McQueen with exhibition titled ‘Savage Beauty’. It features creations from various collection down the years. Harvey Nichols were chosen to support the exhibition with their windows. The results are very simple yet effective placing all the attention on the garments themselves. The chosen mannequins are simply black and white, with strong poses. Simple white curtains hang as the back drops.
From the A/W 2008 collection The Girl Who Lived in a Tree.
â Alexander McQueen was a creative genius, visionary and inspiration to the fashion world, and one who was, and still is, sorely missed. These windows provide us with an opportunity to salute both the man himself, and his spectacular body of work, which Sarah Burton continues to honourÂ with her vision for the design house for the future. We shall miss Lee Alexander McQueen, but exhibitions such as these, help us to remember the sheer drama, masterful tailoring and tender, yet savage beauty the brand Â unwaveringly represents to all who love it the world overâ says Averyl Oates, the buying director for Harvey Nichols.
This dress and theÂ piece underneath are both from the collection It’s Only A Game inÂ S/S 2005.
This gorgeausÂ gown is from theÂ La Dame BleueÂ collection in S/S 2008.
This dress I love so much, it’s from a more recent S/S 2010 collectionÂ Platos’s Atlantis.
From the collection The Horne of Plenty A/W 2009.
The exhibition runs from 4th of May till the 7th of August 2011.