Kelly Osbourne's Mcqueen tribute
LOS ANGELES: Kelly Osbourne says the fashion world will never be the same since the tragic death of designer Alexander McQueen, who was found dead in his London home last week.
Kelly Osbourne says the fashion world will never be the same since the tragic death of Alexander McQueen.
The presenter was a close friend of the designer - who was found hanged in his London home last week after reportedly taking his own life - paid tribute to him and believes nobody will ever come close to his legacy.
She said to weekly column for Closer magazine: "I'm devastated at the death of my friend Alexander McQueen, who, it seems, may have committed suicide at this London home last week. He was only 40 and the fashion world will never be the same without him.
"There aren't many great designers in the world, even fewer trendsetters. His fashion told a story, it meant something. He was distinctive and unique. No one will come close to replicating what he did."
Meanwhile, Kelly took to the catwalk at New York Fashion Week on Sunday (14.02.10).
The newly-slim star strutted herself at the Betsey Johnson show, which was inspired by saloon girls, vagabonds and gamblers,
She was the first model of the evening with a bandanna mask, playfully wielding toy pistols before revealing her face.