The British Fashion Council has mounted a tribute wall to the late designer Alexander McQueen where visitors will be able to leave notes to McQueen and his family, WWD reports. The wall is set up in the main tent at the Somerset House and will be entitled "Lee Alexander McQueen."
At the beginning of fashion week, tomorrow, chairman of the BFC Harold Tillman will make a speech in McQueen's honor. At the close of the week, the notes left on the tribute wall will be put in a book for the McQueen family.
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