Fab fashion work inspired by Byzantine art, the carvings of Grinling Gibbons, and old masters such as Botticelli and Hieronymus Bosch by brilliant fashion design Alexander McQueen

These absolutely stunning dresses, from Alexander McQueen’s Autumn/Winter 2010 collection, were presented in a low-key ceremony in Paris on Tuesday.

A red dress coat from Alexander McQueen's final collection Fall Winter 2010

Each piece was hand cut from a dress form by the late Lee Alexander McQueen himself and features elements inspired by artworks from Old Master painters.

Beautiful artistic offereings from Alexander McQueen Autumn Winter 2010 collection

McQueen’s works have been featured a number of times on The Lovely Room, possibly more times than any other designer or product so it’s not an overstatement to say that I am an fan of his creative, inspiring work.

Inspired by Old Masters - beautiful designs by recently departed iconic British fashion designer Alexander McQueen

“Each piece is unique, as was he” This was the title of the official mailer sent to my inbox yesterday.

Alexander McQueen's final gift to fashion - dresses from the autumn/winter 2010 collection

And we can see the evidence of his creative genius in each and every one of his work of art.

Long live McQueen -- beautiful designs inspired by works of master artists by one of the most creative British designers of our times

His last gift to the fashion world. A beautiful swan song.

Theatrical dress by iconic fashion designer Alexander McQueen's final collection walks in Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday

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