The New Yorker pays unspoken tribute to the late Alexander McQueen: The cover illustration is reminiscent of the designer's dramatics; inside is a previously unpublished photo taken by Platon in 1996, when fashion's "enfant terrible" was just 27. [New Yorker]
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He improved with age... especially the Vanilla Ice style eyebrows. *sigh* Fashion is so much dimmer without you, mon amour.