Tragic designer Alexander McQueen's Mayfair penthouse in London is up for sale.
The pad, which MCQueen was renovating at the time of his death in 2010, is on the market for $10.7 million (£8.5 million).
The Dunraven Street apartment was purchased by the current owners from a MCQueen trust and decorated by interior designer Paul Davies as an homage to the late designer.
"It was a two-year labour of love," a spokesperson for Davies says. "The current owner bought it as an investment, but later wanted to refurbish it as an homage to Alexander McQueen."
MCQueen purchased the property in 2009 for $3.7 million (£2.5 million), a year before he committed suicide at a nearby flat, aged 40.