He hired a string orchestra to set the mood at a deserted French theatre, as he presented one of his most romantic collections ever. Composition[ edit ] In an interview with Robbie, Marieke and the Doctor on Australian radio station Triple J , Nathan Followill explained that the band never intended the song to be named "Sex on Fire", and that it was not intended to be about sexuality. Tons of designers have since taken their cue from McQueen and featured dancers on the runway, but his idea will always be the original. Scanners McQueen put his models in a wind tunnel for the finale of his Autumn show, inspired by travellers journeying through desolate Siberian lands. This was fashion storytelling at its best. Sarabande Just when you thought you knew what was coming, McQueen would completely switch pace and surprise his audiences all over again. His exquisitely embroidered kimonos became billowing capes, cutting dramatic silhouettes that left the fash pack in raptures. Some of the scenes in the video shows Caleb's brothers holding Caleb, who is untied to a soft mattress, Nathan washing his hair in a black water tub, Matthew explaining to Nathan and Jared about Caleb and also Matthew eating a chicken wing and Caleb looking at strange shadows while lying on a soft mattress. Alexander McQueen wins again. An innovator until the end, he embraced digital print design in a way that few had ever done before, engineering his motifs onto each individual dress structure. Digital Spy rated the song four stars out of five, describing it as "A truly stirring single that will be a definite highlight on their winter arena tour. In the video, the band is seen playing in the next room at an abandoned factory. Despite giving the album a 4 out of 5, Spin thought the song was 'silly'.