Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen was a revolutionary in the fashion industry and gained prominence through his work with Givenchy (only four years out of design school, McQueen was named Chief Designer of the Louis Vuitton-owned Givenchy, a French haute couture fashion house). 

He soon established a reputation for himself as someone who breaks moulds and stands out, who is talented, confident and innovative.

Winning numerous awards, most specifically the British Designer of the Year awards in 1996, 1997, and 2001, and even after his death his reputation was solidified as one of the fashion industry legends.