Alexander McQueen (original name: Lee Alexander McQueen, March 17, 1969 - February 11, 2010) was born in London, a famous British fashion designer, known as the "bad boy" and regarded as the British fashion godfather.
In 1991, he entered St. Martin's College of Art and Design and received a master's degree from the Department of Art. In 1992, we created our own brand. Since 1993, they have worked in clothing companies in Britain, Japan, Italy and other countries. He was interviewed by Isabella Blow, a famous fashion journalist from Vogue, at a fashion show in London, and he has been on the international stage ever since. In 1994, he was a tailor teacher at St. Martin's College of Art and Design. In 1996, he designed ready-made clothes for the famous French Givenchy design studio. In 1997, John Galliano was replaced as the chief designer of Givenchy, the top French brand. In 1998, his "Givancy'99 Spring/Autumn Fashion Show" won unanimous praise at Paris Fashion Week. In 1998, he designed an evening dress for Kate Winslet, the leading actress in the film Titanic, to attend the Academy Awards. Alexander McQueen hanged himself at his home in London on February 11, 2010.