By now you've heard that Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress. The satin gown has a long flowing train, and will be viewed by close to a billion fans today.So what else has Sarah Burton designed? Check out photos of her collection of the latest Paris Fashion Week below.A model walks the runway during the Alexander McQueen Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2011 show during Paris Fashion Week at on October 5, 2010 in Paris, France. (Getty Images)more picsRead Full Story
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4 October 2010
“The creation of modern beautifully crafted clothes was at the heart of Lee’s vision. I intend to stay true to his legacy.”
Blond, willowy, stylish, an industrious queen for the fashion fey, 35-year-old Sarah Burton is determined to make her own mark as creative director of Alexander McQueen, while staying true to the vision of the late designer. She provided some insight toward that purpose and her current muses with the debut...Read Full Story
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1. Like most of us predicted, Kate Middleton wore a stunning lace dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
2. Pippa, Kate’s sister, wore a Sarah Burton design as well that kind of resembeled the red McQueen number Cameron Diaz wore to the Golden Globes in 2010.
3. The Queen sported bright yellow.
4. Guests were clad in bright colors including Prince Harry’s GF, Chelsy Davy in Alberta Ferretti, Samantha Cameron in Burberry, Tara Palmer Tomkinson in electric...Read Full Story
How wonderful that the House of Alexander McQueen designed Catherine Middleton now the Duchess of Cambridge's dress. Sarah Burton for AM did a beautiful job and this will only help increase her already popular line.The dress is similar to that of Grace Kelly's but a little more contemporaryKate's tiara was originally that of the Queen Mother's . It was designed in 1936 by Cartier and presented to the Queen Mother three weeks before George VI was crowned King. Later, on the 18th birthday of...Read Full Story
The Queen hails McQueen! Sarah Burton is among the honorees for this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List, receiving an Order of the British Empire for her services to the fashion industry.
Having designed one of the most iconic dresses in recent memory, the Duchess of Cambridge‘s wedding gown, Queen Elizabeth naturally saw fit to bestow an OBE on Alexander McQueen‘s celebrated creative director.
Also making the Queen’s list are Oscar-winner Kate Winslet and Mulberry‘s Emma Hill, who will...Read Full Story
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Sarah Burton is the Creative Director at Alexander McQueen. She worked with McQueen as his right-hand-woman for 16 years until his death in February 2010. Sarah worked on completing McQueen's critically acclaimed Fall/Winter 2010 collection after his death. Gucci Group announced her succession in May of 2010. Sarah graduated from London's...more
Sarah Burton is the Creative Director at Alexander McQueen. She worked with McQueen as his right-hand-woman for 16 years until his death in February 2010. Sarah worked on completing McQueen's critically acclaimed Fall/Winter 2010 collection after his death. Gucci Group announced her succession in May of 2010. Sarah graduated from London's Central Saint Martin's in 1997.