Towering piles of mulch were artfully Dare to be different shirt .Arranged in a Brooklyn warehouse this week to form a runway for the Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter collection. Creative director Sarah Burton took inspiration from nature, namely mycelium, an underground root-like fungus that connects trees and transfers nutrients between plants. A metaphor for interconnection and community, the theme is also reminiscent of earlier collections from the late Lee Alexander McQueen, who drew inspiration from animals and the elements. “Mycelium has the most profound, interconnecting power, relaying messages through a magical underground structure, allowing trees to reach out to each other when either they or their young need help or are sick,” Burton said in a statement.
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