One of the purses on my “to have” list is an Alexander McQueen ‘Skull’ clutch. And if possible, I would like to have the one detailed with a knuckle handle (the “Knuckleduster” or “Knucklebox”) instead of the usual single skull clasp.
Fergie looked stunning in a black embellished Gucci dress
I think Alexander McQueen’s clutches are totally sublime, unique, and highly collectible. They are the kind of purses that you cannot hate.
It looks like Black Eyed Peas vocalist, Fergie, thinks so too because the singer was spotted punctuating her all-black ensemble with an ultra-glam McQueen clutch while attending the premiere of ‘Safe Haven’ in LA the other day.
Fergie flaunts her legs at the Los Angeles premiere of “Safe Haven” at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 5, 2013 in Hollywood, California
Fergie wore a stunning black Gucci dress to the event and paired it with sexy black ankle-strap sandals.
But the one accessory that pulled everything together was her purse – the Alexander McQueen black satin “Apple & Hummingbird Skull Knucklebox” clutch.
Fergie’s Alexander McQueen black satin “Apple & Hummingbird Skull Knucklebox” clutch
Seriously, how can you look away from such a jaw-droppingly beautiful purse?
You just can’t. Plain and simple. The ‘Apple & Hummingbird Knucklebox’ clutch comes in several renditions, but the one on Fergie is made of black silk satin framed in gold and sprinkled with bits of Swarovski.
If you want it, you can purchase it on the Alexander McQueen website or at Farfetch. It retails at a whopping $2,360!
Alexander McQueen Black Satin Apple & Hummingbird Knucklebox Clutch, $2,360
You can also find other gorgeously embellished Alexander McQueen ‘Knucklebox’ clutches at Bergdorf Goodman. Here are three more to fall in love with. These are truly fine and exquisite, and will leave you completely breathless:
Alexander McQueen Raso Seta Knuckle Box Clutch, $5,825
Alexander McQueen Lasercut Calf Hair Knucklebox Clutch, $2,795
Alexander McQueen Embroidered Unicorn and Skull Clasp Knucklebox Clutch, $2,455
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