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In a Gothic rock anthem to Soho's lively past and the archives of Lee himself, Sarah Burton set her A/W 2014 men's show for Alexander McQueen to the live piano strains of the Bauhaus track 'Bela Lugosi's Dead', sending her boys winding through the staircases of Welsh Chapel on Charing Cross Road wearing matted crowns of inky black feathers. Her bold and shadowy silhouettes lost summer's sensuous layering in favour of structured, kilted armours - zipped and chequered to the extreme. Stacked heel lace-up boots furthered her punk streak, while a finale of evening coats were framed in stripes of silk lame - a seductive geometry that highlighted the collection's severely squared shoulders. A golden lining for London's most promising show to date.
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