Damien Hirst Fills Iconic Scarves With Scuttling Insects [Pics]

Damien Hirst Fills Iconic Scarves With Scuttling Insects [Pics]
Design

Alexander McQueen infuses a 10-year old design with eight-legged elements.

Ross Brooks
  • 18 november 2013

Alexander McQueen‘s iconic skull scarf recently reached the age of 10-years old, an event that was celebrated with a redesign courtesy of British artist Damien Hirst. The limited edition scarves, of which there are only 30, draw inspiration from his entomology series and feature a whole host of creepy crawlies.

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