Alexander McQueen Patterns

Brit Wit, 1997 - links to Alexander McQueen roundup post

Follow the links below to read my series on Alexander McQueen sewing patterns—Vogue Patterns’ Givenchy designs by Alexander McQueen.*

You might also be interested in my posts on Alexander McQueen fabrics: prints and the McQueen tartan.

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Alexander McQueen for Givenchy: Vogue Patterns, Part 1

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Alexander McQueen for Givenchy: Vogue Patterns, Part 2

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Alexander McQueen for Givenchy: Vogue Patterns, Part 3

From my free designer patterns series:

Alexander McQueen kimono jacket - as worn by Outlander's Caitriona Balfe

Alexander McQueen Scanners Kimono Jacket

* Pattern vendors: Images like the ©Corbis and firstVIEW runway photos are shown under Editorial Use; altering and/or re-posting these images for commercial purposes is not permitted. When using my work in your listings, respect copyright by acknowledging your source: this series took hours to research and put together. Thanks!

**The PatternVault shop now has a McQueen for Givenchy section. See it here.

§ 4 Responses to Alexander McQueen Patterns

  • I have a fabulous A mQ for Givenchy blazer pattern. The lapels come up through the collar, giving it this very dramatic and quite alarming appearance. I’ve never sewn it, but held onto it for almost 20 years. It’s inspiring.

    • PatternVault says:

      Vogue 2086? (link) I haven’t seen anyone make the jacket yet; it’s certainly on my list! Inspiring is right 🙂

      • sandrasews says:

        ive made it. i overcomplicated things by making it from denim with lots of topstitching, however, and adjusting for a very full bust. it was fantastic, and I have no idea where it got to 😦 ive also got a copy of French Vogue with the same jacket on the cover, and its interesting to compare the two. the Vogue pattern has been toned down, and lacks the dramatic swoop of the original shoulderline.

  • made that up in a nice green prince of wales plaid – it was great fun to make and look like a million bucks. Unfortunately I grew out of it when I left my thirty’s!

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