Alexander McQueen spring 2011 handbag collection draws a great attention since it is the first piece of collection of Sarah Burton, the new creative director of Maison Alexander McQueen. Some people think she twists the original style of Alexander McQueen, yet some think she adds more new element into the conventional design and meanwhile maintains the soul of McQueen. With the familiar trademark skull motif as well as the all time favorite shades as gold, black and pure white, this series of bags distinguish themselves from the original ones.   However, behind these fabulous designs, Sarah Burton bears the well-known design patterns and decoration ideas the venerated McQueen also used. With the traditional dark golden and black color, and matched with delicate signature skull details, this season's bag collection offers small and studded cross body bags as well as full purses. In addition, the golden skull clutch grip ring made during the last parade, the line of handbags for spring 2011 offers tight woven leather clutches and fringed with small skull and closure straps are decorated with leaves in stitched leather and studs highlight color gold contrast. Let's take a look of the details. The golden studs and additional design patterns are smoothly designed. Especially the stitched leather leaves in black and pure ivory colors bring a sense of spring in nature. The top handles and straps make it proper for both casual outfits and formal occasions. It is the seemingly small and simple details that turn a classy bag into a real piece of work of art that presents another vision of beauty. This A-list Alexander McQueen 2011 spring collection mixes softer femininity with edge and is sure to be seen on the red carpet. And Sarah Burton proves her own signature position and contribution to the evolution of this world-wide-known brand. The legacy left by Alexander McQueen will continue to live on.