When the designer and couturier Lee Alexander McQueen died in 2010, he left behind a spectacular legacy, which is being celebrated this year in , premiering in London on June 8. As we prepare to delve back in to the art and life of one of fashion's most beloved figures, we couldn't help revisiting this story from on the new occupant of McQueen's East London house.
As it turns out, the house in Hackney is now owned and lived in by rapper Tinie Tempah, a prominent member of Britain's hip-hop scene and routinely one of GQ's best-dressed men. He also runs his own men's fashion label, which makes him a particularly apt resident for the house.
As Dezeen notes, Tinie has kept some of the features installed by McQueen, such as the pool full of koi and a giant stuffed giraffe, and added some complementary touches of his own - including a giant stuffed zebra.
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Watch the trailer for the documentary below.