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Savage Beauty: McQueen

The coffee table book is never underestimated in my house. Not only do they look great, but the content is invaluable. One of the best gifts I have ever received was Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty. My lovely friends actually purchased it from The 'Savage Beauty' exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York earlier this year, and lugged it around for the rest of their trip. I could not be more grateful - its an exquisite book and inspires me everyday.
For these photos, I took to my pure wool shaggy rug to show off my new kicks - Velvet platforms half price at Wittner for $74.95!
Rada wears White Cotton Crepe Sienna Wrap Dress [$55.00 inc. postage] / Angels Chiffon Dress / Wittner Velvet heels 
The exquisite lenticular cover transforms from this silver skull to McQueens face
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