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Skulls and over-the-top decorations are hallmarks of Alexander McQueen, the talented designer who passed away prematurely in 2010. On the catwalks, his genius lives on thanks to Sarah Burton, the creative director who worked alongside him for years.

McQueen‘s footwear is the perfect embodiment of his style: eccentric, over-the-top, Goth-inspired, but with a grounding in classical style.

If you’re looking for flats, don’t miss out on the velvet or leather slippers with a skull — one of McQueen‘s recurring themes — embroidered with beads or printed.

The gold version, which has a laminated effect and metal applications, is as extreme as it is intriguing. Equally fascinating are calfskin boots with three buckles suggesting gaiters.

Again for him from McQueen‘s ever-fruitful collaboration with Puma comes the limited edition of Puma King, a historic sneaker worn by many a soccer great over the years.

The woman’s shoe, finds its best in the skull-skull open toe, rock and refined at the same time.

McQueen‘s footwear, whether sporty or elegant, is sophisticated, always crafted with meticulous care for total comfort. Try them on at boutique at The Mall luxury outlet.