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Futurism — a theme core to the Alexander McQueen aesthetic over the years. Toward the end of his life, the house founder worked the topic to a dark conclusion: man’s abuse of his environment would lead ultimately to a (highly romanticized) reversal of the evolutionary process. In a bold statement of stewardship of the house, for fall Sarah Burton tackled the same theme and arrived at a very different place. “It’s futurism with softness, not cold futurism,” she said in a preview. In her view, man and nature are not at odds. “It’s looking forward in a completely positive way.”