If the woman of Alexander McQueen were a literature heroine, she’d be the muse of Kafka. And the “Metamorphosis” wouldn’t be about a man-turned-cockroach, but about a woman that turned into Queen Bee. Yes, Sarah Burton continued once again the legacy of the house’s conceptual-to-the-bone collections. The first looks down the runway proved it right: comb patterns were all over. From the sheer pants, to the extravagant headpieces that reminded a true haute beekeeper. Waist and bust, were chosen to be toned with tortoiseshell belts and a reverse of the 16th century clothing structure: corset supporting system turned inside-out. Toward this intense -to say the least- collection’s end, the models put on the dresses. More grand than ever, turned into glorious colorful flowers that kept calling the bees on them. And yes again; the beloved McQueen lava color made an appearence, once again, reminding the celebrated past, and waiting for the future with our breaths taken away.