To commemorate the 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' exhibition opening, the brand has launched limited edition scarves featuring five of its iconic dresses.

(Left: Alexander McQueen 'No.13' collection; Right: Alexander McQueen limited edition No.13 scarf)

Five years after the passing of Alexander McQueen, Victoria and Albert Museum has relaunched the iconic 'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' exhibition to pay homage to the legendary British designer.

To celebrate the launch, the British fashion label also pays its tribute by releasing a series of limited edition printed scarves, featuring five iconic pieces chosen from its most memorable collection including the Plato's Atlantis Armadillo heels, No.13's spray-painted dress and the peacock printed dress from 'The Girl Who Lived In The Tree' collection.

Known for his brilliant and unconventional take on fashion, the late Alexander McQueen made waves that still ripple to this very day. Many of his collections are famed to relate to nature, goth and medieval themes, but twisted based on his own interpretation.

Considering the scarce quantity (only 100 pieces each), it is considered to be a small price (£345/RM1,800 each) to pay to own a piece of fashion history from arguably one of the most controversial and iconic British brands to-date.


Available exclusively at its online store or Bond Street flagship store, each scarf is limited to only 100 pieces at the price of £345 (RM1,800) each.


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