according to Cathy Horyn Alexander' McQueen's last collection just shown in Paris holds Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights captive in his dresses of jacquard and embroidery. The nude revelers (above) represent one of three panels painted by Bosch from the late 15th century to early 16th century. The image below shows the center panel- see the triptych here. The link also provides an in depth analysis of the Bosch creation.
Captured digitally and then woven into jacquard or embroidered, McQueen cut each of the patterns himself. Elaborate draping distorts the Bosch Garden-folds and undulations obscuring the figures, hidden imagery- All contained within a bodice or skirt. Whispering of intimacy and voyeurism- no doubt McQueen's layering and cutting-hid and revealed just what He wanted us to see.
McQueen images from style.com here
Bosch image from here