Alexander McQueen: Working Process by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

On the last day of October will go on sale, Alexander McQueen: Working Process by Nick Waplington, a new book dedicated to the work of Alexander McQueen . This is not the first book about the designer , but valuable because in its drafting , he was directly involved.

“It’s really the last thing he ever made,” Waplington said.

Work on the album began in 2008 , when Alexander McQueen instructed the photographer Nick Waplington to capture the process  of creating the collection for autumn/winter 2009-2010 ,which was the Alexander McQueen’s fifteenth anniversary collection, called the Horn of Plenty and Waplington had the opportunity to photograph both the process of working on it , and the catwalk show.

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

"Alexander McQueen: Working Process" by Nick Waplington

“Alexander McQueen: Working Process” by Nick Waplington

 

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7 comments

  1. Khamillion

    I will be waiting, anticipating, CC in hand. I miss him down here on earth..course he was not always ‘of this world’ anyway. What a talent and what a gift he gave the fashion industry. RIP McQueen.

  2. Pingback: The new scarves of Alexander McQueen in collabortion with Damien Hirst | the CITIZENS of FASHION

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