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Alexander McQueen's Final Licensing Project: Men's Underwear

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One of the final licensing projects Lee Alexander McQueen was involved in before his suicide last month was the launch of Alexander McQueen branded underwear—a product line still on schedule to land on store shelves this June.

The designs feature signature skulls and prints—feathers, X-rays, and bones—that were schematic of McQueen's last menswear show this past January. Prices are planned to range from about $50 for boxers to over $500 for silk pajama and will be available in the United States at Barneys New York, Saks Fifth Avenue, and online at
· McQueen brand to launch underwear [WWD]