‘McQueen’s Dress’ by Anna-May Laugher

McQueen’s Dress by Anna-May Laugher Caught mid-step her arch a slow burning arc. This foot imposed upon to hold, distribute           weight. This dress, an imposition on the skin, woman made vitreous, made avian. Her collar of slides for a microscope, each painted red continues down her spine; creates a carapace of broken views which hold as well as light – her moods. After Alexander McQueen … Continue reading ‘McQueen’s Dress’ by Anna-May Laugher