Long Live McQueen, pictured, is a dazzling sparkly gold. Then there's Bumster, a yellow-toned homage to the designer's 1996 collection of extremely low-rise, bottom-baring trousers. While it's hard to top McQueen's outré runway looks, both colors are delightfully out of the ordinary — which is a concept we think the designer would have backed.
Six months after avant-garde designer Alexander McQueen committed suicide, the fashion and beauty worlds are still remembering his unique style. The newest tribute comes from Butter London, whose Fall nail polish collections include two shades ($14 each) inspired by the designer.