Given Damien Hirst and Alexander McQueen‘s shared love for the macabre use of skulls in their respective work, it’s totally not shocking that the two parties have finally come together on a collaborative release. Ten years after McQueen first debuted the skull-print scarf – an item that has become iconic in the decade since – the brand has now teamed up with the British artist to celebrate the milestone. Influenced by Hirst’s Entomology series, the scarves feature spiders, butterflies, and other assorted insects arranged into skull patterns. Are the results outstanding? Yes, the results are outstanding. In total, 30 designs will launch this Friday (November 15) at McQueen boutiques and the brand’s online store.