Fill in the Blank: The Alexander McQueen De Manta printed silk-satin clutch is…

I’ve got a major crush on many of the upcoming Alexander McQueen bags, but this bag is not on that list. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I don’t like this clutch – the shape is quite beautiful – but it’s not on my want-it-now list. When I first saw it, I couldn’t tell what the pattern was. Upon further inspection, the entire clutch is taken over by an outline of a dragonfly.

While many insect-detailed accessories are in-your-face, this pattern is demure and flies under the radar. I love the fact that the colors are very neutral and versatile, and the silk-satin gives an elegant finish. Price is $525 via Net-A-Porter.

Fill in the Blank: The Alexander McQueen De Manta printed silk-satin clutch is ____.

Come to think about it, after viewing this tote I’m feeling underwhelmed by all of the expected florals we typically get. More leaves. Thank you to Alexander Mcqueen 4251 for bringing us some thing exactly the same yet entirely different. Order through Neiman Marcus for $2,350. If it comes to Alexander McQueen accessories, the box clutch with skull grip closed is iconic. With countless renditions ranging from plain leather to complete studded, there’s an option for everyone out there. I always liked the studded versions, but I never saw myself carrying one. I like just a little bit of spunk and rock, but I’ve my limits.Even though ample studs shoot over the front of the Alexander McQueen Brittania Punk Leather Box Clutch, the toned down green leather offsets the studs in a manner that leaves the last product much less harsh.Have I shared my love of the colour green with you all? I may not constantly be drawn to it, but green is a colour that works well for many people. And I adore that paired with all the gold studs. It is both regal and punk. Right now this variant is only on NAP international, but it will probably hit on the US store soon as well. Â#835 through Net-A-Porter. Spring 2011 bag collections have already begun to emerge for preorder on all the major luxury retail websites, but some brands are faster about getting their items posted than many others. I have yet to obtain any Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 handbags up for grabs, but I was able to locate a few press pictures of the collection because of our mutual enjoyment.McQueen’s new creative director, Sarah Burton, just showed one bag during the lineup’s runway presentation, so finally getting to see these promo shots is enlightening indeed. Together with the requisite fantastical skull clutches, the brand is also offering several bits which look downright functional under their own leather foliage. If these bits are an indication of what is to come in the brand’s handbags, then Alexander McQueen certainly remains in competent hands. As if spring’s runway show even left no doubt.

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