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Harry Styles: and the clothes he wears

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Gucci met Styles in 2014, and there was instant chemistry. According to designer Alessandro Michele, Harry is "a young Greek God with the attitude of James Dean and a little bit of Mick Jagger" - and that effortless superstardom certainly radiates from the photos in this collection, which document the heart of Harry's wardrobe, both on-stage and off. Part fashion history lesson, pulling references from the rock and roll greats of the past, and part innovation, Harry's style pays homage to Kurt Cobain and Marc Bolan, Prince and Little Richard, while developing into something authentic and entirely his own.

 

This chic book fizzles with facts about Harry's styling choices, presenting the star's most revered looks alongside pictures that trace the roots of each design. With quotes from key designers, this is the perfect gift for any fan.

Author/Artist/Designer

Terry Newman

Pages

160

Dimensions

20.57cm x 2.16cm x 24.66cm

ISBN

9781788841702

Product code

164018

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About the Exhibition
Fashioning Masculinities

Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear

At a moment of unprecedented creativity in men's fashion and reflection on gender, this exhibition​ explored how designers, tailors and artists – and their clients and sitters – have constructed and performed masculinity, and unpicked it at the seams.