I can’t help but think that the memorial for Lee McQueen is as much a memorial to creativity and the future of fashion, as it is for a much loved and revered creative genius.

I can’t help but think that the memorial for Lee McQueen is as much a memorial to creativity and the future of fashion, as it is for a much loved and revered creative genius.

I was in a vintage shop recently, talking with the owner, who, like any really good and authentic vintage fashion dealer/merchant, is actually in the contemporary fashion business, much like Alexander McQueen was.

I say this because fashion is a never-ending cycle that always takes on a modern interpretation of vintage – there will always be a demand for ‘the original.’  I had, apparently, just missed Tommy Hilfiger’s people who picked up about $100,000 worth of ‘design inspiration’.

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