Fashion
  • Alexander McQueen White Skeleton Cable Knit Jumper
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    Alexander McQueen White Skeleton Cable Knit Jumper
    Bring some edge to a knitwear classic with this Alexander McQueen jumper. Featuring a subtle skull design woven into the knit, this textured piece will prove itself a useful addition to your winter wardrobe year on year. FEATURES: Cable knitted skull design. Round neck; ribbed neckline, cuffs and hem. COMPOSITION: 92% Wool, 8% Cashmere.
  • ModCloth Steampunk Long Sleeve About Face Sweater
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    ModCloth Steampunk Long Sleeve About Face Sweater
    No matter where you stand, youre bound to turn heads with this edgy, oatmeal-colored sweater. Its black intarsia features a large skull at the front with smaller symbols at the arms and back, as well as a Fair Isle pattern at the cuffs. Wearing skulls instead of hearts or snowflakes on your sweetly snuggly sweater may seem counterintuitive, but its quite trendsetting, especially when accompanied by a shark tail hem! Pair this piece with pop-art-inspired pants to create one daring look from heads to toe. Steampunk, Travel Long Sleeve About Face Sweater in Tan embellished with Knitted for Casual, Halloween occasions.
  • Alexander McQueen Women's Cable-Knit Skull-Design Sweater - Ivory (X-SMALL)
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    Alexander McQueen Women's Cable-Knit Skull-Design Sweater - Ivory (X-SMALL)
    Alexander McQueenCable-Knit Skull-Design Sweater DetailsAlexander McQueen mixed cable-knit sweater with ribbed-detail.Engineered signature McQueen skull design at center front.Crew neckline.Long sleeves; cuffs.Pullover style.Relaxed fit.Hem hits at hip top.Wool/cashmere.Made in Italy.r>Model's measurements: Height 5'9.8"/177cm, bust 32.75"/83cm, waist 23.5"/60cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2.Designer About Alexander McQueen:Founded by the late English designer Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, this fashion house quickly gained a reputation for opulent (and sometimes outrageous) bespoke creations. Today the line is under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, who continues the house's tradition of turning out impeccably tailored, beautiful clothes. She created the gown worn by Catherine Middleton as she wed Prince William, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
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