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Isabella Blow's Alexander McQueens

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What ever happened to Isabella Blow's Alexander McQueens? After all, the legendary fashion editor was credited with discovering McQueen and introducing him to the Parisian powers-that-be. Well, we know that following Blow's tragic death, her wardrobe was bought, in its entirety by Daphne Guinness. This week, 16 Alexander McQueen pieces from Blow's collection go up for display in the windows of Barneys New York's flagship Madison Avenue location. [Racked NY]