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Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty by Andrew Bolton


Fashion designer Alexander McQueen (1969-2010) was well known for his impeccably tailored couture designs. A favorite designer of such celebrities, as Sarah Jessica Parker and Lady Gaga, McQueen's work was deeply rooted in his Scottish heritage, nature and his vivid imagination. In Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, McQueen's designs are showcased in stunning full page photos which capture the dramatic artistry of his work. Quotations from Alexander McQueen convey the inspiration for his creations, as well as provide glimpses into his creative process. This book was published to accompany the exhibit, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, which ran from May 4th-August 11th 2011 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibit was viewed by more than six hundred thousand visitors, which is a testament to McQueen's impact on the fashion industry. If you enjoy fashion design, you will love this retrospective of a fashion genius.

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