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Alexander McQueen: Working Process: Photographs by Nick Waplington, Limited Edition

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Lee Alexander McQueen's last show before his untimely death in 2010, titled The Horn of Plenty, functioned as a kind of personal survey in which McQueen revisited his 15-year archive of work, revitalizing it through the new collection. He invited photographer Nick Waplington to document the collection from inception to runway. -It is not just a book about a season in a fas Lee Alexander McQueen's last show before his untimely death in 2010, titled The Horn of Plenty, functioned as a kind of personal survey in which McQueen revisited his 15-year archive of work, revitalizing it through the new collection. He invited photographer Nick Waplington to document the collection from inception to runway. -It is not just a book about a season in a fashion house, - says Waplington; -It is also a personal record of Lee's imagination, his version of himself, and a tribute to the many important and lasting relationships he had with all those who worked alongside him.- With over 250 photographs, Working Process allows readers an intimate glimpse into McQueen's dynamic creative process. This boxed limited edition of 100 copies includes an original signed and numbered print by Waplington, which features McQueen behind the scenes at the fashion shoot, from page 36 of the book.


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Lee Alexander McQueen's last show before his untimely death in 2010, titled The Horn of Plenty, functioned as a kind of personal survey in which McQueen revisited his 15-year archive of work, revitalizing it through the new collection. He invited photographer Nick Waplington to document the collection from inception to runway. -It is not just a book about a season in a fas Lee Alexander McQueen's last show before his untimely death in 2010, titled The Horn of Plenty, functioned as a kind of personal survey in which McQueen revisited his 15-year archive of work, revitalizing it through the new collection. He invited photographer Nick Waplington to document the collection from inception to runway. -It is not just a book about a season in a fashion house, - says Waplington; -It is also a personal record of Lee's imagination, his version of himself, and a tribute to the many important and lasting relationships he had with all those who worked alongside him.- With over 250 photographs, Working Process allows readers an intimate glimpse into McQueen's dynamic creative process. This boxed limited edition of 100 copies includes an original signed and numbered print by Waplington, which features McQueen behind the scenes at the fashion shoot, from page 36 of the book.

30 review for Alexander McQueen: Working Process: Photographs by Nick Waplington, Limited Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    What a totally wonderful idea. I love that the book's pictures were hand picked/edited by Mr McQueen himself. It felt intimate and emotional. I cant get enough when it comes to his creative genius. What a totally wonderful idea. I love that the book's pictures were hand picked/edited by Mr McQueen himself. It felt intimate and emotional. I cant get enough when it comes to his creative genius.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Esther

    Working progress of Alexander McQueen’s studio with juxtaposition of rubbish remnants from photographer’s other project he was working at the same time while working with McQueen. Interesting to see the working/thinking process and hard work in the evolving design through collaboration and constant reiteration. McQueen was truly a league on his own, he executes with such courage, conviction, precision and pure refinement. This book reads well in tandem with Savage Beauty.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Filippa Svensson

    Fantastic images from the atelier

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    Terence

    Great document of the process of Lee Alexander McQueen.

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