13.01.2011- Butterfly, flutterby

Thursday, 13 January 2011

As well as starring in Mulberry's latest campaign, Lindsey Wixson is also the face of Alexander McQueen's SS11 advertising:

I thought these pictures were simply too stunning not to share and I adored Sarah Burton's designs for spring/summer when they were debuted at Paris fashion week. The use of the butterfly motif here also really reminds me of McQueen's SS08 collection, which featured this fantastic hat created by Philip Treacy, bedecked with butterflies, and a stunning array of butterfly print dresses, which I'm still in awe of.

I love that whilst retaining momentum and driving the McQueen brand forward, Sarah Burton isn't afraid to look back at past collections for inspiration, as we see here. It just demonstrates how much of a visionary Lee McQueen really was.

What do you think of the Alexander McQueen ads?

(Image credit: fashiongonerogue and


  1. Butterflies represents peace and love, that's why I love butterflies!

  2. Love the campaign shots, so stunning! Sally x

  3. Beautiful!
    I love your blog, I just started following.

  4. She is gorgeous. And not only she but also the campaign! Nice cand cute blog. Keep up!

  5. Even if he is dead. His collections has always been an eyecatcher.

    Hope you'll pass to mine too.

  6. Possibily the most stunning ad campaign I've ever seen.

    L x

  7. great pics !!! love them!

    xx, tany

  8. gorgeous I will always love what Alexander McQueen places into the market and looking back at past collections

  9. These are beautiful! btw, the cookies in below post look delish! I can never bake cookies well, they turn out heard :(

    sweet blog btw!

  10. the colors in the last photos are ridiculously beautiful

  11. these are absolutely gorgeous photos! i just found your blog and really glad i did! you have a wonderful blog with so much to offer(: so glad i dropped by for a visit


  12. beautiful pics! love your blog, following :)


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