The images above are a sneak peek of Alexander McQueen's Pre-Spring/Summer 2010 show lookbook. While the collection retains hard geometric shapes and lines, McQueen's integration of nature cues seems to reconcile the two fashion cues of avant-garde and bohemian style that we've seen all year long.
Take the first image from Alexander McQueen's Pre-Spring/Summer 2010 show lookbook, for example. There's a shiny suit with sharp shoulders, but its print suggests a glimpse into a psychedelic forest of sorts. And the geometric black dress beside the suit is paired with diaphanous, cobweb-like leggings.
Alexander McQueen's Pre-Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook Channels Nature
1. Nature-inspired Fashion - The fashion industry can capitalize on nature-inspired prints and designs to create unique and eye-catching pieces.
2. Avant-garde and Bohemian Style Fusion - There is an opportunity for fashion designers to combine avant-garde and bohemian styles to create a new, unique aesthetic.
3. Geometric Shapes and Natural Cues - There is a trend towards incorporating natural cues into designs featuring hard geometric shapes.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can use nature-inspired prints, avant-garde and bohemian style fusion and incorporate geometric shapes and natural cues into designs.