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Citing “ceremonial dressing, the rites of passage of a man” as her inspiration, creative director Sarah Burton recently presented Alexander McQueen‘s 2014 spring collection. The overall aesthetic took towards a more poetic direction with its inclusion of lace, embroidery and jacquards. The palette is kept simple with long symphonies of black, white, grey, and cream stretching down before before coming to an abrupt stop at the legs through cropped pants or baggy shorts – contemporary suggestions of the season.
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