From his graduate offering to his final catwalk show, McQueen’s work returns to the @V_and_A: http://t.co/l8OiXWPbSV pic.twitter.com/YUo3iafFdX
— VOGUE.CO.UK (@BritishVogue) October 9, 2014
LCF Chair in Fashion Curation and Senior Curator of fashion at the V&A, Claire Wilcox is curating Savage Beauty, the exhibition of the work of Alexander McQueen.
Having previously been named the Costume Institute‘s most popular exhibition ever, after having a sell-out run at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of art in 2011, the exhibition is soon to come to London, with a room dedicated to McQueen’s years in the city, as well as the original line-up showcased at the Met. The exhibition will present concepts and themes central to McQueen’s work throughout his career and will capture the dramatic staging and sense of spectacle synonymous with his runway shows.
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty runs from 14 March – 19 July 2015.
- Read more about Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
- Read the Vogue article about the upcoming exhibition
- Find out more about Claire Wilcox’s work