The central London penthouse owned by late fashion designer Alexander McQueen has gone on the market for a tidy £8.5m.
The spectacular Mayfair property has undergone a 16-month refurbishment, conceived by London designer Paul Davies as a homage to McQueen’s inimitable style.
These pictures are the first look inside the glamorous pad on Dunraven Street, where McQueen lived in the last year of his life before his suicide in 2010 at the age of 40.
Previous residents at the penthouse include His Highness Alexander Mountbatten, the grandson of Queen Victoria, and the author P.G. Wodehouse.