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Donning Mcqueen

Check out who wore McQueen to the Preview Best Dressed Ball!
From the designer's iconic graphic prints, slinky and ultra-feminine draped jersey garments, to suggestive peep-toe stilettos, and even an off-the-Fall-2008-runway crimson creation, the ready-to-wear work of the beloved Alexander McQueen was well-represented in the Preview Best Dressed Ball. And rightly so, for

Belles Of The Preview Best Dressed Ball

The 20 best beauty looks of the night.
With a theme like Alexander Mcqueen, it takes much more than an awesome outfit to hit a home run. At the recent Preview Best Dressed Ball, make up and hair had a pivotal role in transforming the guests into runway worthy creatures

Over The Top Beauty

Over the top beauty at the Preview Best Dressed Ball 2010.
With a theme like Alexander Mcqueen, I think everyone was expecting a little craziness to ensue at the recent Preview Best Dressed Ball. Although most chose decidedly muted beauty looks to keep the focus on their statement outifts, we spied a few

Shop The Cover: Preview June 2010

Take your cue from the cover and dress up in these McQueen-inspired pieces.
Following in the footsteps of Preview Magazine's cover story, Style Bible took the liberty of looking for pieces that could get you started on your own Alexander McQueen-inspired wardrobe. Begin with the Reptilian prints that he used in the Springs of 2009

All Hail Mcqueen

Cop Georgina's sexy burgundy lip look from Preview June 2010.
Paying homage to the late great designer Alexander Mcqueen, Georgina Wilson graces Preview June 2010 in all out edge. Deep currant lips glare out for attention against pale porcelain skin and barely there eye makeup. Blunt bangs in jet black barely graze

A Tribute To Mcqueen

Preview Magazine and Georgina Wilson pay homage to Alexander McQueen.
Alexander McQueen, one of the most iconic fashion designers of our time passed away a few months ago and you think, what would the Philippines' best-selling fashion magazine do? Give the designer a cover-worthy tribute, of course. The editors of Preview chose