Contrasting solids and mono-printed head-to-toe looks were the recipe for Sarah Burton and her Alexander McQueen Fall 2013 Menswear Collection. This season’s collection has an aesthetic that took the power of men in very polarizing ways; think a Samurai warrior in formalwear, and Lurch from the Adam’s Family on his day off. Both men are statuesque and intense – precise and stealth, except when needed to be heard. This is the Alexander McQueen collection in a nutshell. There are pieces that are simple, and other looks that are bold and daring, but each has an intensity evident in its symmetric structure.