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Damien Hirst Updates Alexander McQueen's Iconic Skull Print

By: trendstop.com - Published: • References: blog.trendstop
If there’s one must-have item that’s essential for every fashionista’s wardrobe, it has to be the Alexander McQueen skull-print scarf. First introduced in 2003, theses iconic scarves have been seen adorning the necks of the rich, famous and stylish for the last ten years – and the brand clearly intend that trend to continue, having teamed up with British artist Damien Hirst on a new scarf collection.

Thirty new prints refresh the iconic skull graphic with a host of natural world references (inspired by Hirst’s Entomology artworks) – think butterflies, beetles, spiders and other creepy-crawlies worked into Gothic designs. We love the kaleidoscopic effect Damien’s gone for on many of the pieces – can anyone say Christmas stocking wish-list?