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Though A Glass Darkly

March 10, 2010

an unfinished symphony to life – and death

– Hilary Alexander, The Telegraph

He wanted to get back to the handcraft he loved, and the things that are being lost in the making of fashion. He was looking at the art of the Dark Ages, but finding light and beauty in it.

– Sarah Burton, Alexander McQueen

…it was spectacular, emotional, filled with the drama and pulsing high of a stellar talent being pushed to the very limits of its genius… The air throbbed with a mingling of emotions – loss, sadness, regret and, overwhelmingly, love.

Afterwards as I walked out into the black night, my brain was still ablaze with gold.

Goodbye Lee.

– Alex Fury, SHOWstudio.com

With a haunting soundtrack of operatic music, the presentation was solemn, funereal and even a little spooky — and the references to angels, broken skulls and religious themes eerily prescient.

– WWD.com

Looking at the work, I’m amazed at the talent and the beauty was incredible.

It’s sad that talent is no longer here.

– Robin Givhan, The Washington Post

All photos by Chris Moore

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 10, 2010 16:39

    Breathtaking and Stunning

  2. March 11, 2010 08:30

    great desaign fashion

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