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McQueen created his own ‘museum of woman-monsters’ in his second couture collection fro Givenchy, Eclect Dissect, shown in July 1997. In the period leading up to to the show, his art director SImon Costin combined the late Victorian costumes McQueen was then looking at with with a series of animated skeletons and muscle men from the sixteenth-century anatomical plates of Andreas Vesalius in a series of collages. Caroline Evans, Fashion at the Edge (2007)

McQueen created his own ‘museum of woman-monsters’ in his second couture collection fro Givenchy, Eclect Dissect, shown in July 1997. In the period leading up to to the show, his art director SImon Costin combined the late Victorian costumes McQueen was then looking at with with a series of animated skeletons and muscle men from the sixteenth-century anatomical plates of Andreas Vesalius in a series of collages

In 1997 McQueen's art director Simon Costin combined the late Victorian costumes McQueen was then looking at, with a series of animated skeletons & muscle men from the sixteenth-century anatomical plates of Andreas Vesalius

In 1997 McQueen's art director Simon Costin combined the late Victorian costumes McQueen was then looking at, with a series of animated skeletons & muscle men from the sixteenth-century anatomical plates of Andreas Vesalius