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Troye Sivan Wears Controversial McQueen Collection During London Tour


Australian singer and online meme sensation Troye Sivan wore looks designed by London-based brands during his performance for the “Something to Give Each Other” tour in the British capital this week.

The “Rush” singer chose a sparkly look from fall 2024, Seán McGirr’s first collection for McQueen — which divided industry critics, retailers and online spectators — for a solo performance.

The smashed-glass-effect top with pronounced shoulders came straight from the runway, and was originally paired with leather pants. On stage, Sivan opted for a pair of matching trousers that were not shown in Paris.

Alexander McQueen Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection at Milan Fashion Week

Alexander McQueen, fall 2024

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Sivan later changed into a more casual and dance-friendly custom look — a harness-inspired tank top and a pair of washed-effect trousers detailed with layers of stitched laces and hanging belts — by Av Vattev, a brand founded by Antonio Vattev in 2020.

The latter is based on Vattev’s spring 2025 collection, which draws inspiration from the homoeroticism of the worker’s apparel.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 27: Troye Sivan performs during the Something to Give Each Other Tour at OVO Arena Wembley on June 27, 2024 in London, England. (Photo by Katja Ogrin/Redferns)

Troye Sivanin a look by Av Vattev.

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With items from the fall 2024 season hitting stores soon, McQueen has been steadily mapping out its new identity with celebrity dressing in the past month.

Model Amelia Gray sported a twisted dress in tartan wool and a leather bag, both designed by McGirr for fall 2024 in Paris during Couture Fashion Week.

The brand has also been present at high-profile film premieres, dressing Victor Alli during the “Bridgerton” Season Three London bash and Ewan Mitchell, who plays the hot-tempered and dangerous Prince Aemond Targaryen, in a rust velvet coat with wrapped jeans for the premiere of Season Two of “House of the Dragon,” a prequel to “Game of Thrones.”



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