Rizzoli McQueen: The Illustrated History Of The Fashion Icon

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McQueen: The Illustrated History Of The Fashion Icon

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This beautifully illustrated text tells the story of a boy from East London who had big dreams of becoming a fashion designer. From cutting suits on Savile Row to creating his own label, Alexander McQueen's journey, personal and career-wise, was both controversial and celebratory. One of the youngest designers ever to win the British Womenswear Designer of the Year award, McQueen leaves behind a legacy of some of the world's most beautiful, albeit theatrical, fashion.

  • By Tom Rasmussen.
  • Illustrated by R. Song.
  • Published by Smith Street Books. (April 17, 2018.)
  • Hardcover.
  • 239 pages.
  • 8.00" length x 1.00" width x 10.25" height (approximately).
  • ISBN: 9781925418705.
Style #505718426
Founded by media mogul Angelo Rizzoli in Italy in 1929, this prestigious publishing house launched its U.S. operations in 1974, showcasing the works of legendary fashion designers, architects, and photographers. Stunning reprints of some of the world’s most-iconic imagery make Rizzoli’s beautifully packaged and carefully bound books essential additions to a well-curated coffee-table collection.

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