Also, Julia Restoin Roitfeld had to stand at a show in London.
They wore their finest somber McQueen looks.
Anna's economy-stimulus plan worked!
Including exclusive Louboutins, 24-karat-gold-topped cookies, Karl Lagerfeld self-portraits, and more!
Trying too hard was the theme of the night.
With a supplemental fall-collections cover.
Also, Julia Restoin Roitfeld isn't a pants person.
Like the Haiti earthquake and Alexander McQueen's death. It was most uncomfortable to watch.
Instead, it might have been the simple silk charmeuse gown he created for a friend for Elton John's ball in June.
Fall down in style!
Why be boring when designers are making such traffic-stopping offerings?
Also, Butter London releases two nail polishes inspired by Alexander McQueen.
You needn't be a First Lady to pull off pearls. Scope 25 pearly picks from Rachel Roy, Lanvin, J.Crew, and more.
These sexy sheaths and curve-hugging cardigans salute the sixties but look very NOW.
Also, Ports 1961 has a new designer.
Fish prints, fish patterns, and actual fish scales are the inspiration behind this summer trend.
Also, Audrina Patridge is the face of Bongo!
Each was expected to fetch around $20,000.