Acclaimed high-end fashion designer Alexander McQueen, known for his rebellious style and unconventional fashion shows, helped popularize the skull in haute couture in the 2000s. His trademark symbol was the skull and now the iconic silk skull-print scarves he designed are sought-after among high fashion lovers. The Alexander McQueen label continued making men's and women's clothes and accessories with the popular logo after McQueen's death in 2010. Designer Lucien Pellat-Finet also mixed skulls with high fashion with his high-priced, cashmere sweaters. Perhaps the most expensive skull in history was the one artist Damien Hurst created "For the Love of God" in 2007. It was made from the platinum cast of a real 18th century skull. Encrusted with 8,601 diamonds juxtaposed with the actual teeth from the original skull, the sculpture is valued at over $100 million.
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