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If we had to define Alexander McQueens signature aesthetic in two words, it would undoubtedly be: darkly romantic. Throughout his career, starting with his first collection entitled Jack the Ripper Stalks His Victims, the brands late designer continuously drew inspiration from the afterlife, using morbid motifs such as the skull to adorn his designs. Paying homage to his ground-breaking work, creative director Sarah Burton is also unafraid to reference the macabre with styles such as this T-shirt, featuring the Lovers Skeleton print to the front.

Alexander Mcqueen Lovers Skeleton-print Cotton T-shirt In 0901 Blkmix
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First seen in Aug 2020
First seen in Aug 2020
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Alexander Mcqueen Lovers Skeleton-print Cotton T-shirt In 0901 Blkmix

Lovers Skeleton-print Cotton T-shirt In 0901 Blkmix

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Alexander Mcqueen Lovers Skeleton-print Cotton T-shirt In 0901 Blkmix

Lovers Skeleton-print Cotton T-shirt In 0901 Blkmix

If we had to define Alexander McQueens signature aesthetic in two words, it would undoubtedly be: darkly romantic. Throughout his career, starting with his first collection entitled Jack the Ripper Stalks His Victims, the brands late designer continuously drew inspiration from the afterlife, using morbid motifs such as the skull to adorn his designs. Paying homage to his ground-breaking work, creative director Sarah Burton is also unafraid to reference the macabre with styles such as this T-shirt, featuring the Lovers Skeleton print to the front.

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