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Sasha Luss by Daniel Sannwald for Numéro #154
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Plum Sykes (wearing Alexander McQueen) by Jonathan Becker for Vogue January 2006

"When I got engaged to my husband, Toby, Alexander offered to make my wedding dress. I was terribly excited and we started fittings in earnest six months before the wedding. I think I went to his studio in Amwell Street in London for at least 10 fittings and he was there every time. When I asked for a vaguely trendy, avant-garde wedding dress, Alexander ordered me not to think of such a thing, telling me that on my wedding day, I had to look ‘impeccable, exquisite.’
"There were no toiles for Alexander. No, every version of my wedding dress was made in the crunchy white silk-paper taffeta that the real thing would eventually be made of. And at each fitting, I would try the new version on and Alexander would appear with a black marker pen and draw all over the silk and then take his scissors to it. He could literally cut a dress by eye—I never saw him use a pattern. The foundation of the dress, as with all Alexander’s designs, was an immaculately constructed corset, with a sort of Madame X silhouette—tiny waist, bosoms, flat stomach. From this fell a slim skirt which started to swirl at the bottom into a wonderful five-foot train. The taffeta gown was overlayed with silk net, which was ruched over the train using an original Victorian method and beneath which silk knife-pleats peaked out. The bodice was embroidered in silk with roses which seemed to curl around the corset, and there were tiny silk bows on each shoulder.
"Of course the final dress wasn’t ready until the day before the wedding, when the corset maker brought it by train to Yorkshire where I was getting married. When I tried it on I could hardly believe the dress. It was the ultimate wedding dress, truly a work of art and a testament to the incredible talent of Alexander and the workmanship of his seamstresses, who were devoted to him. McQueen was a true original."
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Sasha Luss by Daniel Sannwald for Numéro #154
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