Sarah Burton, the fashion designer who took over the namesake label of Lee Alexander McQueen months after his death in 2010, and who created the gown worn by Princess Catherine at her wedding to Prince William a year later, is leaving the brand, its parent company, Kering, said in a statement released Monday.
Ms. Burton, 49, who has worked at Alexander McQueen for 26 years, half of which she has spent as its creative director, said in the statement that the label’s show at Paris Fashion Week later this month will be her last. A successor has not yet been named.
“I am so proud of everything I’ve done and
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