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My LookBook- Alexander McQueen will live Forever…

On 2012/04/12 by Nina Papaioannou

Alexander McQueen floral dress

Hi Girls!!! Alexander McQueen, the enfant terrible of British Fashion who died London in 2010 just a few days before London fashion week, was one of my favorite fashion designers. I not only loved his amazing clothes and accessories but also the emotional power and the raw energy of his provocative fashion shows!!! I honestly admired his work and I have no clue why it took me 3 years to wear this amazing floral Silk Alexander McQueen dress!! I was so trilled when I got it on sales at Harvey Nichols in 2009! I probably, wanted to wear it for something special and time was flying by! Alexander Athanassopoulos Christening in Santo Domingo was the perfect occasion… the only slight problem I had was that I had gained a kilo and it felt a bit tight..:(

Champagne glass and white flowers decor

The table decor at the party after the baptism

Christian Louboutin gold sandals

 Rose Gold Christian Louboutin

white flower decor detail

Alexander McQueen portrait photo skull

17.03.1969-11.02.2010

Alexander McQueen portrait photo with skull

Alexander McQueen said : “It’s a new era in fashion – there are no rules. It’s all about the individual and personal style, wearing high-end, low-end, classic labels, and up-and-coming designers all together.”

 Have a Lovely Day!!!

 

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