Famed designer Alexander McQueen has created yet another to-die-for collection of couture. Glass Magazine 2010 shows off McQueen's use of vibrant silks and detailed fabrics in long flowing gowns, short shift dresses and landscape-inspired trenches.
The Glass Magazine shoot takes place in some sort of dirty and graffiti-covered basement as well as outdoors. I mean, who wouldn't want to lie around on a dirty floor while wearing designer couture?
Implications - The fashion world has long favored cookie-cutter imagery of preppy, seemingly picture-perfect individuals; however, consumers have begun to embrace designs that forego perfection and instead indulge in grunge and imperfection. Businesses that incorporate such imagery into their designs will appeal to this new consumer appetite for distressed visual displays.