The collection seemed to be designed for a dark angel, there seemed to be evil in the room. It was very much costumes you could see on a broadway stage set in the medieval times. It would be something a mysterious royal family trying to cover up a dark secret would wear.
There were lots of dramatic shaped and colors like golds against blood red and black. Some of the dresses were so well fitted it looked like the top part had been painted onto the model's skin and the skirt was a drop wait flowy skirt with a wide elastic band. The hair was fabulous with the feather mohawk I one day just might try out. The shoes were almost as dramatic as his alien shoes but much more commercially wearable, without loosing the signature mcqueen touch. There were also so great thigh-high boors that looked as if they had just come off of the classiest hooker in the world. A few gowns seemed a bit too over the top but most were beyond red-carpet ready which I am sure we'll see more of soon. My favorite look was a couture kimono with a little turtleneck peeking out and the high boots. It was so glamourous and over the top- like wearable art. As one of the most beloved designers ever, Lee Alexander McQueen couldn't have made a better last statement with a collection.