Real Talk: The New Alexander McQueen Logo is Not Good

Alexander McQueen AMQ Logo Debate

Every Monday morning, I sit down behind my computer to catch up on emails, browse through my favorite online stores to spot new bags and see what I have on my schedule for the upcoming week. Usually, I quickly look over a bunch of bags, hoping one will catch my eye to share with you guys, but sometimes what catches my attention is a bag I really just don’t like. This was the case when I stumbled upon a few new Alexander Mcqueen Mini Padlock Bag bags that have a new logo, featuring AMQ jumbled together on the center of the bag.

Here’s the thing: I love Alexander Mcqueen Jacket Mens bags. I loved his bags for years, and when McQueen passed away, the entire fashion world and beyond felt a major void. His luxuriously gothic aesthetic was easy to spot, and his bags always spoke to me and Amanda. This new logo is way too much: too many letters, too big, too in your face, and not at all what we’ve come to expect from McQueen. I’ve always associated the skull with McQueen, which is still frequently used on the brand’s bags, or sometimes, the brand’s name is simply stamped in gold. This new logo is just not good, and I don’t think I will be alone in thinking this.

Amanda and I got to chatting about it via Gchat, and here’s what we had to say. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

Alexander McQueen AMQ Logo Debate

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Alexander McQueen Small AMQ Obsession Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag
$1,595 via Nordstrom

Alexander McQueen Small AMQ Obsession Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag

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Alexander McQueen Medium AMQ Croc Embossed Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag
$1,795 via Nordstrom

Alexander McQueen Medium AMQ Croc Embossed Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag

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Alexander McQueen Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag
$695 via Nordstrom

Alexander McQueen Calfskin Leather Shoulder Bag

With his unique romantic creations, Alexander McQueen is now an icon of British style. Sarah Burton, the collaborator of the late designer, has maintained the avant-garde and provocative heritage of the new, while instilling a sensitivity to each of those creations. Decisively rock, the Alexander McQueen brand uses luxury metallic and materials details to invent a structured and refined design every time. Highlighting the know-how and experience of craftsmen, there are many versions of Alexander McQueen bags that equilibrium between anti-conformism and customs, constantly imbued with this gothic sensibility.Every Monday morning, I sit down behind my computer to catch up on emails, navigate through my favorite online shops to spot fresh bags and see what I have in my program for the upcoming week. Typically, I quickly look past a bunch of bags, hoping one will catch my eye to share with you men, but occasionally what catches my attention is a bag that I really just don’t like. This was true once I stumbled upon a new Alexander McQueen bags that have a new logo, featuring AMQ jumbled together on the middle of the bag.Here’s the thing I adore Alexander McQueen bags. I adored his bags for decades, and when McQueen passed off, the whole fashion world and beyond felt a significant void. His richly gothic aesthetic was easy to spot, and his bags constantly talked to me and Amanda. This new logo is far too much: too many letters, too big, too in your face, and not at all what we’ve come to expect from McQueen. I have always connected the skull together with McQueen, which is still often used on the brand’s bags, or sometimes, the brand’s title is only stamped in gold. This new logo is just not good, and I really don’t think I’ll be alone in believing this.
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Alexander McQueen Small AMQ Python Embossed Leather Shoulder Bag
$1,295 via Nordstrom

Alexander McQueen Small AMQ Python Embossed Leather Shoulder Bag

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