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lizlee89 lizlee89 4 years
I disagree that these are the same, but they do posess a similar tone. This may be because of the ad agency, marketing team, or artist who designed the ads - I don't know how Alexander McQueen (the company, not the man) does it, but the designer doesn't usually have much to do with the advertising. I don't like these at all, though. The old ads were creepy, dark, wierd, and/or disturbing, but they weren't awkward. Rather, they took things that aren't normally considered beautiful, and made them haunting and interesting - just like McQueen's designs. These are a little convuluted...
kschennum kschennum 4 years
Love it but doesn't seem anything different from the original McQueen?
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