More than a year after his death, the late designer Alexander McQueen is still able to elicit headlines -- from Princess Katherinewearing a dress designed by his protoge Sarah Burton -- who now heads his label -- to the Royal Wedding to the Met's immensely successful show "Savage Beauty," in honor of his work -- the designer still exerts an influence over pop culture. Today, the AP is reporting, upon the public release of his will, that the designer's worth was just over 16 million pounds (or about $26 million). While his family -- including his brother, sister and godson -- as well as his personal staff members each received generous portions of his estate, McQueen, known for his shocking and sometimes disturbing designs, was an animal lover at heart. He left PS50,000 ($82,000) to each of his dogs to ensure their continued well being and PS100,000 ($164,000) to two charities that help rescue abused animals and find them new homes. Additionally he left PS100,000 ($164,000) to both the London Buddhist Center and the Terrence Higgins Trust -- both of which help to promote sexual health and safe sex education. But a majority of his estate was left to his Sarabande charity and suggested that the money be used for scholarships at London's Central St. Martin's College of Art and Design -- his alma mater.