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Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen sent her fall/winter 2014-15 collection down a moss-covered runway fit for a dark, fairytale princess. Burton gets back in touch with her love of the Elizabethan era with black velvet peasant dresses covered in jacquard, pilgrim collars pinned in black ribbon, and full, frilly, multi-tiered skirts.
Dreamy white gowns were sheer and covered in eyelet with stitchings of other-worldly symbolisms for major detail. For that midnight escape in style, coats were dripping in long black-and-white fur, complete with an oversized hood and cinched in leather at the waist. Skirts and dresses all fell at a perfect A-line in short and medium lengths. One breathtaking show-stopper was a floor-length, sleeveless, high-neck gown, covered from top to bottom in deep, sea green feathers that delicately danced with each movement.
Burton has delivered such bedazzling spectacles each season since adopting the McQueen reigns, and her latest debut in Paris is no exception.