Alexander McQueen’s new London store

Womenswear Alexander McQueen

The three-storey boutique was designed by the brand’s creative director Sarah Burton and architect Smiljan Radic, whom took inspiration from the brand’s fascination with nature with varying shades of walnut and oak woods throughout. Glass cylinders reflect light across the floors providing a unique concept store as you shop the womens and mens collections.

Following McQueen’s incredible success into the art exhibition world - the V&A’s Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty (which was the museum’s most-visited show to date), the top floor of the Bond Street store is now an exhibition space. Open to the public and students, the new space has been created in a bid to inspire future fashion designers and artists, as well as the chance to attend talks with the brains behind the brand, including Burton.

In a bid to inspire and educate future fashion designers and artists, the brand has created an exhibition space for students and the public to visit as well as to attend talks with the brains behind the brand, including creative director Sarah Burton.

The current exhibition – the flagship’s debut – shows both the journey and the craftsmanship that go into creating a complete body of work. Titled, ‘Unlocking Stories’ you can expect to see archive collections designed by Lee Alexander McQueen, as well the artwork, photography and inspiration that formed Burton’s current S/S 19 collection.

Visit Alexander McQueen’s boutique at 27 Old Bond Street, London.

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