McQ Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton turned to Nineties London punk to capture a rebellious spirit for resort. For example, she used an arrow motif for everything from sweaters to bondage trousers, while D-rings on a jacket and foiled denim added to the punkish vibe. Burton was simultaneously inspired by men’s wear influences of the Twenties and Thirties, with tailored looks, tuxedo elements and miniature cross jacquard fabrics. Several coats and jackets had a scarf tassel detail; dresses and blazers were dramatically draped, and a tuxedo came in a minidress design. There were also still plenty of updates on signature McQ pieces such as the bomber jackets and an embroidered sweatshirt.