Allie Lewis by Todd Marshard for Numéro Russia # 9 December/January 2014

just the color, ide loue to see the dress in a darker setting and more front portrait but the color and colors like this in anyway are strong here. due to jacket with black baroque embroidery. Do you like the color?

Madonne by Nico (Tush), 2007

vmagazine: “‘Amazing Grace’ - Model Sheila Baum in Alexander McQueen Spring Summer 2007 photographed by Nico Bustos ”

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I love Avante Garde. It can be dark, twisted and delusional. But isn't that what Dark Souls consider beautiful? We find beauty in the unusual, we see past the morbid and celebrate the life in the shadows.

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Best Haute Couture ever High Fashion Haute Couture glamour featured. this gown will make any woman feel like power

Alexander McQueen RTW Fall 2013 - Slideshow - Runway, Fashion Week, Reviews and Slideshows - WWD.com

Alexander McQueen RTW Fall 2013

The new Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2013 collection showcased during Paris Fashion Week made a stunning impression on the fashion designers and critics.

Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty : Romantic Naturalism

Alexander McQueen (British, Dress Sarabande, spring/summer 2007 Cream silk satin and organza appliquéd with black degrade silk lace and embroidered in clear beads and sequins Courtesy of Alexander McQueen Photograph © Sølve Sundsbø / Art + Commerce

The year 1908 marked the true turning point in fashion, when the stiffly corseted, heavy-bosomed ideal of the Fin-de-Siècle, with its attendant bulk of rustling underwear, finally became demodé, and the slender new twentieth century silhouette was launched. Margaine-Lacroix’s important rôle in bringing about this great fashion change, has long since been forgotten, in part due to the attention today accorded to Paul Poiret and the influence of the Ballets Russes. (text from RBKC Libraries…

Margaine-Lacroix and the dresses that shocked Paris

ladylabsinthe: “ The year 1908 marked the true turning point in fashion, when the stiffly corseted, heavy-bosomed ideal of the Fin-de-Siècle, with its attendant bulk of rustling underwear, finally.

VISUELLE: VOGUE JAPAN: Aymeline Valade in "The Eye of the New" by Photographer Patrick Demarchelier

“The Eye of the New” : Aymeline Valade : Vogue Japan November 2012 : Patrick Demarchelier

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