Alexander McQueen Spring 2011: Patricia van der Vliet

Following up its campaign, the lookbook for Alexander McQueen’s spring 2011 collection hits the web and offers a more detailed look at Sarah Burton’s creations for the new season. Worn by Patricia van der Vliet, the spring designs bring romantic visions somewhere a cross between fairytale princess and sci-fi heroine with the intriguing styling of loose-fitting silhouettes paired with print and metal works.












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21 Responses to “Alexander McQueen Spring 2011: Patricia van der Vliet”

  1. These pieces look so wearable and yet look expensive, luxurious, and just beautiful. She is doing a fantastic job at McQueen. It’s not as severe as before (which I did love) but this new direction is just as successful, in my mind.

  2. These pieces look so wearable and yet look expensive, luxurious, and just beautiful. She is doing a fantastic job at McQueen. It’s not as severe as before (which I did love) but this new direction is just as successful, in my mind.

  3. I agree with basementcat. Sarah Burton is doing an amazing job. She gave McQueen a more feminine touch and though it’s different, it’s still very McQueen.

  4. I agree with basementcat. Sarah Burton is doing an amazing job. She gave McQueen a more feminine touch and though it’s different, it’s still very McQueen.

  5. Hello! Am I the only one that sees EXACT same clothes as Spring 2011 RTW??

    None the less…its gorgeous. Very McQueen.

      • drawingisthenew Reply

        That’s because it is the spring 2011 collection, read the title

        • Some of the dresses are missing….and the butterfly shoes are gone…maybe thats what threw me off.

          • I think it’s because this is the look book for what I’m assuming will go into production rather than the runway collection

          • I think it’s because this is the look book for what I’m assuming will go into production rather than the runway collection

        • Some of the dresses are missing….and the butterfly shoes are gone…maybe thats what threw me off.

  6. Anastasia Beverhausen Reply

    stunning feminine interpretation of the late McQueen. AND WHY ON EARTH DIDNT PAT GET THE CAMPAIGN, instead of the hot mess that is called mrs. Wixon?!

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