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At Alexander McQueen, The Show Will Go On

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Gucci Group chief executive Robert Polet announced today that the Alexander McQueen label would not be shuttered, despite the tragic suicide of its founder and creative director last week. The Fall 2010 collection will be shown as scheduled during Paris fashion week on March 9. A new designer has yet to be named. For more details, see WWD.

Plus, click here for Tim Blanks’ memorial to Lee McQueen, and here for Sarah Mower’s last interview with the legendary showman.

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  1. archipelago says:

    of course I am delighted that we will get to see what he had been working on, but I wonder how on earth a new designer can successfully step into McQueen’s shoes.

  2. madonna1229 says:

    PUGH???? THEYSKENS????

  3. NotMod says:

    Na’h…

  4. NotMod says:

    … that is to say, no one seems to be taking fashion quite as seriously.

    What would even be on an hypothetical job brief: .

    Darn!

    No doubt, individual pieces or collections heed the calling at times, but, if a consistent persona should be required in that precise key…

  5. NotMod says:

    [internet connection playing tricks here... the previous post was intended like this, instead]

    … that is to say, no one seems to be taking fashion quite as seriously. What would even be on a hypothetical ob brief:

    – masterly clothing addressing the collective cross-culture immagination via the business of fashion –

    Darn!

    No doubt, individual pieces or collections heed the calling at times, but, if a consistent persona should be required to play in that precise key…

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