Perfect timing: because the new Alexander McQueen ad campaign has recently debuted. Let's not forget: the future Queen Consort of England did wear a McQueen wedding dress, after all. All campaign images courtesy of Alexander McQueen and photographed by David Sims with the lucky model chosen to headline the ad campaign being Edie Campbell.
The fall/winter 2013 Alexander McQueen collection featured ten looks inspired by, reported fashion critic Tim Blanks, “the excesses of Catholicism.” That, or the wardrobe of one fierce Elizabethan (drag) queen. Regal, but risqué.
And the collection’s accompanying campaign images, recently debuted, suggest it’s the perfect outfit for the royal baby’s christening.
After all, just because it’s a big day for baby Cambridge doesn’t mean he has to get all the attention, right?
Besides, all these ostrich feathers will give the little royal something to play with during any downtime.
So, basically, this has to happen. If the Duchess of Cambridge won’t dare to wear, then fingers crossed Princess Beatrice will.
And to remind you what these clothes look like in motion, here’s the entire collection’s ornate finery in fierce moving color. It’s AMAZING, all of it.
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Queen Elizabeth I definitely would approve with these choices...
What do you think of the ad campaign, ONTD? And lbr, Duchess Kate would just wear something simple yet classy for the christening. Still, a fashion whore can dream...