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Under a golden rain, the miraculous finale to McQueen’s Spring 1998 presentation was perhaps the most dramatic single moment of Tim Blanks’ 35 years of show-going.
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4 March 2014
Sarah Burton's vision for Alexander McQueen this season, while still dramatic and beautifully crafted, lacked some of the spark and boldness of seasons past, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
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