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Tanya Dziahileva wears a silk organza dress embroidered with silk flowers and fresh flowers at the finale of Alexander McQueen S/S 2007 ‘Sarabande’
"…. the bucolic beauty of the final showpiece of his most recent collection, a dress constructed almost entirely out of fresh flowers that fell to the floor as the model wearing it walked. McQueen’s mind, though, dwelled on nothing more idyllically pastoral than death.
'Remember Sam Taylor-Wood's dying fruit?' he asks. 'Things rot. It was all about decay. I used flowers because they die' ” - Alexander McQueen via
"McQueen invokes floral metamorphosis in a dress from the Sarabande collection (2007).  A shell of sheer silk organza, shaped with boning, is festooned with both real,–and embroidered silk–flowers.  Taking the cliché of the flowery dress as its point of departure, this work embodies various dualities—between the natural and the synthetic, between plush blossoms that cover the dress and its visible, skeletal trellis, and the fundamental duality between dying (and living) flowers and the living (and dying) body they adorn.  Flowers are a locus of desire, and a metaphor for the brevity of life.  In myths of metamorphosis, their beauty is a transformative foil for the cruelty of life’s passions and frustrations.  The dress may have functioned in a similar way for McQueen. " via
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Tanya Dziahileva wears a silk organza dress embroidered with silk flowers and fresh flowers at the finale of Alexander McQueen S/S 2007 ‘Sarabande’
"…. the bucolic beauty of the final showpiece of his most recent collection, a dress constructed almost entirely out of fresh flowers that fell to the floor as the model wearing it walked. McQueen’s mind, though, dwelled on nothing more idyllically pastoral than death.
'Remember Sam Taylor-Wood's dying fruit?' he asks. 'Things rot. It was all about decay. I used flowers because they die' ” - Alexander McQueen via
"McQueen invokes floral metamorphosis in a dress from the Sarabande collection (2007).  A shell of sheer silk organza, shaped with boning, is festooned with both real,–and embroidered silk–flowers.  Taking the cliché of the flowery dress as its point of departure, this work embodies various dualities—between the natural and the synthetic, between plush blossoms that cover the dress and its visible, skeletal trellis, and the fundamental duality between dying (and living) flowers and the living (and dying) body they adorn.  Flowers are a locus of desire, and a metaphor for the brevity of life.  In myths of metamorphosis, their beauty is a transformative foil for the cruelty of life’s passions and frustrations.  The dress may have functioned in a similar way for McQueen. " via
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Tanya Dziahileva wears a silk organza dress embroidered with silk flowers and fresh flowers at the finale of Alexander McQueen S/S 2007 ‘Sarabande’
"…. the bucolic beauty of the final showpiece of his most recent collection, a dress constructed almost entirely out of fresh flowers that fell to the floor as the model wearing it walked. McQueen’s mind, though, dwelled on nothing more idyllically pastoral than death.
'Remember Sam Taylor-Wood's dying fruit?' he asks. 'Things rot. It was all about decay. I used flowers because they die' ” - Alexander McQueen via
"McQueen invokes floral metamorphosis in a dress from the Sarabande collection (2007).  A shell of sheer silk organza, shaped with boning, is festooned with both real,–and embroidered silk–flowers.  Taking the cliché of the flowery dress as its point of departure, this work embodies various dualities—between the natural and the synthetic, between plush blossoms that cover the dress and its visible, skeletal trellis, and the fundamental duality between dying (and living) flowers and the living (and dying) body they adorn.  Flowers are a locus of desire, and a metaphor for the brevity of life.  In myths of metamorphosis, their beauty is a transformative foil for the cruelty of life’s passions and frustrations.  The dress may have functioned in a similar way for McQueen. " via
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Tanya Dziahileva wears a silk organza dress embroidered with silk flowers and fresh flowers at the finale of Alexander McQueen S/S 2007 ‘Sarabande’
"…. the bucolic beauty of the final showpiece of his most recent collection, a dress constructed almost entirely out of fresh flowers that fell to the floor as the model wearing it walked. McQueen’s mind, though, dwelled on nothing more idyllically pastoral than death.
'Remember Sam Taylor-Wood's dying fruit?' he asks. 'Things rot. It was all about decay. I used flowers because they die' ” - Alexander McQueen via
"McQueen invokes floral metamorphosis in a dress from the Sarabande collection (2007).  A shell of sheer silk organza, shaped with boning, is festooned with both real,–and embroidered silk–flowers.  Taking the cliché of the flowery dress as its point of departure, this work embodies various dualities—between the natural and the synthetic, between plush blossoms that cover the dress and its visible, skeletal trellis, and the fundamental duality between dying (and living) flowers and the living (and dying) body they adorn.  Flowers are a locus of desire, and a metaphor for the brevity of life.  In myths of metamorphosis, their beauty is a transformative foil for the cruelty of life’s passions and frustrations.  The dress may have functioned in a similar way for McQueen. " via
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