Amazing ladies' trainers by Alexander McQueen.
Alexander McQueen came into being in 1995 thanks to the designer of the same name. His end-of-term fashion show at the acclaimed Saint Martins School in London got him noticed by renowned fashion editor Isabelle Blow. That was the beginnings of success for Alexander McQueen and his collections. His peers very quickly christened him "fashion's enfant terrible" due to his unconventional style. He did like to make a play of the spectacular and mix up the genres and influences to offer observers something fabulously unique. The label gives extra special attention to setting the scene for its fashion shows to ensure they make a lasting impression. The collections are arresting and always arouse much discussion one way or another. They are aimed at women as well as men.
Products the younger generation can relate to.
By launching a brand-new collection of trainers, Alexander McQueen chose to aim to reach a much bigger and diverse public. These models are worn by bloggers of the moment and also popular singers like Lady Gaga. That is a way of appealing to the imagination of young lovers of fashion and the latest trends and inspire them to wear the pieces themselves. The objective is to bridge the gap between the different generations. Trainers can assume many different looks: some are mono colour and white and others are two-tone, or adorned with studs or rhinestones. In all cases, heels are relatively wide and comfortable to wear. Finally, in terms of materials, preferences often veer towards leather or velvet.
Rare collections for sale.
Our online sales platform puts models from previous collections which are no longer available in stores within everyone's reach, at prices that are unbeatable. There has never been a better opportunity to find bargains and treat yourself to that coveted pair of Alexander McQueen trainers. Among the models that have been created by well-known Fashion House Alexander McQueen, we can observe the extensive thought that went into the different fabrics and forms. Some versions have managed to carve themselves a real place in shoe fashion history: