The Strange Life and Death of Alexander McQueen

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:

Losing one’s mum and being hung is of course the ultimate victimisation – besides ‘post death spin’ – a la McCann, Diana, etc…
Can only re-blog, as I’m too busy defending myself in courts besides helping parents whose children were snatched – with ‘organisational hypocrisy’…

Originally posted on thecolemanexperience:

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In February 2010, fashion designer Alexander McQueen was found dead in his luxurious Mayfair flat after apparently hanging himself following the death of his mother.

But what do we really know about the life and death of the quintessential bad boy made good?

According to Biography:

” Fashion designer. Lee Alexander McQueen was born on March 17, 1969 into a working-class family living in public housing in London’s Lewisham district. His father, Ronald, was a cab driver, and his mother, Joyce, taught social science. On their small incomes, they supported McQueen and his five siblings. McQueen, called “Lee” by his friends for most of his life, recognized his homosexuality at an early age and was teased extensively about it by schoolmates.”

” At age 16, McQueen dropped out of school. He found work on Savile Row, a street in London’s Mayfair district famous for offering made-to-order men’s suits. He worked first…

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2 Responses to The Strange Life and Death of Alexander McQueen

  1. Paul Roper says:

    Sabine why don’t you go on the Peoples Voice channel it would be great to hear you or see your opinions on there.

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