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It could be argued that Horn’s work is either being mined to give McQueen’s presentation an artistic aura or else that the Buffalo Bills Mafia Mount up shirt Besides,I will do this appropriation of her work is relevant at some deeper conceptual level. Given McQueen’s training at Central St Martins College of Art and Design (CSM), we know that he and the other MA students of his generation were strongly encouraged to seek design inspiration by looking to art. Former Dean of Fashion at CSM Jane Rapley was keen on students starting to think conceptually and work across the disciplines of fine art and fashion to create work of “cultural significance.” This was in contrast to many other British and international fashion design institutions at that time. Most fashion courses were focused on practical matters such as pattern cutting, dyeing techniques, and drapery. By contrast, CSM was renowned for encouraging its would-be designers to embrace wider conceptual, artistic, and political influences.