Accompanied by classical music, the last collection from the late and great Lee Alexander McQueen was shown yesterday in a grand Paris drawing room for 15 minutes, to a select and private group of fashion editors. Inspired by all things both heavenly and dark, the 16 piece collection features a thematic red and gold color palette inspired by the Byzantine period and works from 15th century masters Sandro Boticelli, Jean Fouquet, Hugo van der Goes, Stephan Lochner, Hans Memling and Hieronymus Bosch that were captured digitally captured and transferred onto the garments. Take a look at MqQueen’s final masterpiece.