The star-studded opening gala for the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at London’s V&A museum last week may have been strictly invite-only for A-list attendees that included Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham, but the brand has just announced a way we can all celebrate the occasion.
Introducing a selection of special edition silk scarves in celebration of the Alexander McQueen#SavageBeauty opening at the @vamuseum Each scarf features a print of an iconic piece from Alexander McQueen’s most memorable collections Available in a limited run of 100 per design on alexandermcqueen.com #AlexanderMcQueen
Available online or at the brand’s London-based Bond Street flagship store is an exclusive capsule collection of five limited-edition silk scarves, all of which feature an iconic piece from McQueen’s most memorable collections. Styles include the Widows of Culloden, The Girl Who Lived in the Tree and the It’s Only A Game collections, as well as his Spring 2010 armadillo shoes and Spring 1999 spray-painted dress.
All of the scarves retail for £345 each, which is a small price to pay considering that you’ll be investing in a little piece of fashion history. Only 100 pieces of each style were created, which means that they’ll undoubtedly sell out very soon.