London department store Liberty dressed one of its windows in memory of fashion designer Alexander McQueen on Monday.
Sales of McQueen pieces soared 1,400% at the end of last week, in the days following his tragic death.
Liberty said popular items included the iconic skull scarf, which retails from £140.
The window display has been called McQueen and Country.
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