Here is a roundup of the rest of the attendees at the private view for the ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ exhibition held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Thursday (March 12) in London, England.
Naomi Campbell: The model wore an Alexander McQueen Spring 2007 black trapped petal tulle dress with ostrich feathers, which was very chic, but the fur Fendi ‘Pequin’ bolero was a tad overkill.
Laura Carmichael: The ‘Downton Abbey’ star didn’t get the memo, opting for a Christopher Kane black V-neck slip top and black skirt with patent detailing from the Pre-Fall 2015 collection styled with Shaun Leane jewels. Considering Laura’s play-it-safe style, this was perhaps the right look for her.
Erin O’Connor: When referencing statuesque beauties, Erin is always my go-to woman, and here’s why. She looked striking and powerful wearing a tailored-to-perfection white Alexander McQueen Resort 2013 tuxedo-inspired gown. This is the very epitome of elegance.
Eva Herzigova: I can’t say I’m too enamoured with Eva’s Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 Geisha pink and black asymmetric kimono gown, but that could be due to the styling.
Princess Beatrice of York: Never one to let me down when it comes to her red carpet looks, the Princess also opted for a chic tuxedo-inspired look with a hot red lip that enhanced the look. The one thing I would remove is the clutch.
Stella Tennant: The model wore a full Alexander McQueen look featuring an embroidered Kansai Kite printed satin dress, with kohl-rimmed eyes adding more intensity to her look.
Kate Moss: Joined by her hubby Jamie Hince, both were in top-to-toe McQueen with Kate going the peek-a-boo route wearing a sultry lace dress that left little to the imagination.
Poppy Delevingne: The socialite wore a custom Osman dress which, like Kate, left precious little to the imagination. The sheer trend will never die, as much as you want it to.