S/S 2002 Alexander McQueen Petticoat
An important and very rare Alexander McQueen runway piece! From the S/S 2002 collection this amazing skirt was shown on the runway in both the white and a taupe version. This collection was named "The Dance of the Twisted Bull" and you can see the Spanish influence that Alexander McQueen strove for in this piece as clearly as he meant it to be seen. Pieces where ruffled, deconstructed and he played with the shape and lengths of the hem-lines. The waist in this was left wide and loose and was meant to be worn under a corseted waist belt and the wearer to gather it into place to create even more layers. What is remarkable is that all of that fabric is set in one long twisted spiral that wraps around the waist and creates those amazing layers and different hem lengths. It is made of the finest grade cotton and the edges finished with 8 tiers layers of raw edged ruffles. Iconic and exceptional and an outstanding example of his workmanship and genius! Item# S350
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