Love Looks Not with the Eyes: Thirteen Years with Lee Alexander McQueen

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Love Looks Not with the Eyes: Thirteen Years with Lee Alexander McQueen

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Love Looks Not with the Eyes: Thirteen Years with Lee Alexander McQueen:

  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages

Measurements: 10" x 13"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: September 11, 2012

Official book description:

Lee Alexander McQueen (1969010), whose design combined visionary aesthetics, emotional power, and extraordinary craft, was known for staging provocative shows that were as much performances as venues to display his couture creations. Charged with energy, informed by history and culture, and filled with fresh concepts, McQueen's shows have become legends not only of fashion but also of art. Anne Deniau was the only photographer allowed backstage by McQueen for 13 years, beginning in September 1997 and ending with the final show in March 2010. She captured McQueen working with his close circle of collaborators - including designer Sarah Burton, milliner Philip Treacy, jewelry designer Shaun Leane, and model Kate Moss - to create his meticulously produced spectacles. Her book offers an inspiring homage, through the art of photography, to the work of a great artist.

Brand: Abrams

Founded in 1949, Abrams has the distinction of being the first publishing house in the United States to specialize in art and illustrated books. Today the New York-based company maintains seven imprints and counts writer Susan Orlean, photographer Richard Avedon, and graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister among its stable of authors. Abrams catalogs list beautifully designed volumes that contain everything from cooking, architecture, decoration, sports and entertainment, pop culture, and children’s comics.