Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Campaign

January 11, 2011

Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Campaign

Lindsey Wixson appears as the face of Alexander McQueen’s spring 2011 campaign wearing one of Sarah Burton’s romantic creations with a butterfly motif in the background. Wixson also appeared in Mulberry’s spring campaign this season. (NY Mag)

Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Campaign

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  1. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  2. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  3. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  4. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  5. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  6. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  7. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  8. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  9. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  10. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  11. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  12. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  13. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  14. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  15. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  16. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  17. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  18. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  19. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  20. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  21. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  22. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  23. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  24. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  25. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  26. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  27. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  28. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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  29. Monarch butterflies are often associated with mind control experiments. The model’s intentionally vacant stare could be interpreted as support for such a symbol and theme.

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    • i think this is a part of the idea, she stares like a person who isnt there…i like the idea i like everything, but every time i see sth created for mcqueen by not mcqueen i want to cry and shout about how much better it could of been with him still alive…….:(

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    • i think this is a part of the idea, she stares like a person who isnt there…i like the idea i like everything, but every time i see sth created for mcqueen by not mcqueen i want to cry and shout about how much better it could of been with him still alive…….:(

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  30. Hate her all you want, Lindsay is PERFECT for this! McQueen was never a cookie cutter pretty brand. It requires a unique interesting face. Lindsey is perfection. Her doll-like Lolita features compliment the butterfly whimsy. I adore adore adore this ad. Best of the season.

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  31. Hate her all you want, Lindsay is PERFECT for this! McQueen was never a cookie cutter pretty brand. It requires a unique interesting face. Lindsey is perfection. Her doll-like Lolita features compliment the butterfly whimsy. I adore adore adore this ad. Best of the season.

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  32. I’m so confused why you all think she is not right for it. I think she fits beautifully. It’s almost innocent, but beautiful. The only model I could picture looking better in this is Gemma Ward back in her hey day. Or Tanya D. But none of the current ‘it’ girls for sure.

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  33. She is beautiful but not in this shot. Looks like there is a huge pimple by her nose and her butt chin looks weird. I love Lindsay Wixon but what a bad picture. Maybe some make up would of been nice. Terrible photo. Even the way they spread the butterflies looks bad. Bad photograph!

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  34. Oh so sick of her!!! she is not that beauty and has always the same face with her mouth open in all pictures and campaigns!!! c´mon!!!!!!!!!!!

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  35. Oh so sick of her!!! she is not that beauty and has always the same face with her mouth open in all pictures and campaigns!!! c´mon!!!!!!!!!!!

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