Inside the Late Alexander McQueen's $10.6M London Penthouse

Kelsey Clark
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Alexander McQueen was and remains one of the most celebrated fashion designers of our time, with his bold aesthetic inspiring both fashion and interior designers alike. Before his tragic death in 2010, the British designer purchased a multi-floor penthouse at 17 Dunraven Street in Mayfair for just over $3 million, with extensive plans to remodel and refurbish the 1790-square-foot residence. Design house Paul Davies London took over the project after McQueen's untimely death, turning the penthouse into a stylistic homage to the late designer. Replete with marble accents, touches of fur, and a minimalistic black, white, and silver color palette, the home has McQueen written all over it. As a celebration of the designer's life and carefully curated aesthetic, the penthouse is outfitted with photos of the designer, his intricate designs, and even a makeshift catwalk. Amenities include a fully fitted American kitchen, a state-of-the-art security system, a roof deck, and custom-made Italian chandeliers, according to the new listing on Wetherell.

Step inside Alexander McQueen's former apartment below, and share your thoughts on the transformation in the comments.

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