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The skull motif is one that has been inextricably linked with Alexander McQueen in the fashion world. For better or for worse, the tortured designer’s brilliant, at times macabre themes and eventual suicide has solidified his brand as one of the darker ones in the industry; focused on the symbology of death, life and renewal. New from the label’s 2011 Fall/Winter collection comes this set of graphic T-shirts all featuring a large skull made up of a multitude of complex, smaller hidden designs. The “regal” tees create the skull through the use of crests, military regalia and laurels while the visually-stimulating all-over printed shirt uses a network of smaller images to get the job done, resulting in a piece that looks more like an impressionist painting than a T-shirt. Available now from £120.00 (approximately $190 USD) to £285.00 (approximately $450) over at oki-ni.