I want people to be afraid of the women I dress.

Alexander McQueen

This is how the late genius regarded women’s fashion. He did not like to see women naïve and fragile. He wanted empowerment, strength and dignity for them. McQueen wanted to bring out the darker sides, the sinister, the macabre and grotesque, the hidden sexuality. He did not play by the rules and as for any true artist, his creations have been for him, a means to escape reality. This is the fashion designer whose first collection was inspired from Jack the Ripper’s story. His jewelry has this power flow taking you by storm from the first glance. It has been my choice from a myriad of other designers’ jewelry. He has a beautiful collection made of brass and pyrite stones. Continue Reading

 

“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Miranda Priestley’s famed catty retort from The Devil Wears Prada may have some essence to it but designers beg to differ. Continue Reading