A bare pine floor, unvarnished wooden columns and a few billowing ceiling sails as Sarah Burton stripped back Alexander McQueen to its essentials with a simple set and a brilliant fashion collection for Spring 2020.
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A return to the roots, though those of Sarah Burton and not Alexander McQueen, in an outstanding collection from the designer, with a sumptuous assemblage of tailoring, fantasy, couture, tough chic and a bit of magic.