Friday, February 19, 2010

McQueen's shoes weren't made for walking, but that's just what they'll do on March 9

alexander mcqueen ss10/

Did we or did we not say that Alexander McQueen's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 show in Paris remains locked into the (constantly updated) Paris Fashion Week schedule - suggesting that the show will definitely be going ahead? (UPDATE: since removed from schedule. UPDATE: Nevertheless since confirmed by a company spokeswoman to take place on March 9). And that the production of showpieces specifically commissioned by McQueen for the presentation before his February 11th death, continues unabated? We did. And voilĂ , comes word today from Gucci Group chief executive Robert Polet via WWD that a McQueen collection will definitely be presented during Paris Fashion Week. The exact format of the presentation, however, remains unclear. Frockwriter can tell you a little bit more about those showpieces currently in production. We're talking shoes. McQueen and co, we hear, were so thrilled with the publicity generated by the Armadillos (above) and Geiger-inspired footwear from Spring/Summer 2010 (even though it terrified some models) that he designed/ordered some equally extreme footwear. Too bad he won't be around to see the final results.


A Colourful Guy Drowning said...

I'd love to see the internal structure or a cut-away diagram of these shoes just to get an idea of how safe and foot-friendly they really are.

Are they just an enclosed stiletto or what? Anybody know?

Research papers said...

Amazing! Look at it! This is a fantastic collection. I love all these shoes which are looking fabulous with the studs.

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