Since Lee McQueen’s tragic death in 2010, the designer’s longtime friend and assistant, Sarah Burton, has taken hold of the creative reigns, adding a softer, feminine edge to the label’s impeccable tailoring and structured silhouettes. Androgynous and typically dramatic, tapered trousers, printed leggings and crisp culottes showcase a feat of exquisite craftsmanship. They key to assertive power dressing is confidence and the unbeatable fit of Alexander McQueen’s Savile Row-inspired tailoring radiates sartorial superiority. Outsmart the competition with a handsome suit in the office, dressing down slick wool-blend and linen styles with a sweatshirt and lace-up sneakers off-duty.

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