Stephen Gan, Cecilia Dean, James Kaliardos

Visionaire 58: Spirit

(First Published)

Main Details
Credits
Editor Stephen Gan
Editor Cecilia Dean
Editor James Kaliardos
Creative Director Greg Foley
Designed by Cian Browne
Designed by Stephanie Chao
Designed by Sandra Kang
Designed by Byron Kalet
Production Director/Manager Javier Boné-Carboné
Editor for Special Projects Dominic Sidhu
Publisher Visionaire Publishing
Contributing Photographer Nick Knight
Contributing Photographer Lady Gaga
Contributing Photographer Matthew Williams
Contributing Photographer David Sims
Contributing Photographer Steven Meisel
Contributing Photographer Philip Treacy
Contributing Photographer Craig McDean
Contributing Photographer Steven Klein
Contributing Photographer Sebastian Faena
Contributing Photographer Mario Testino
Contributing Photographer Alexander McQueen
About/Subject Alexander McQueen
Contributing Photographer Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
Contributing Photographer Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
Contributing Photographer Mario Sorrenti
Contributing Photographer Sean Ellis
Date
First Published
Identifying Codes
ISBN 188864583-0
Barcode 9 781888 645835
Edition No. 58
Format Box Set
Publication Location New York, USA
Genre
Language English
Notes Numbered edition of 1500 housed in a box wrapped in metalled embroidery from the Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2010 show.

Visionaire dedicated 58 SPIRIT to the memory of Alexander “Lee” McQueen. The issue commemorates McQueen’s life and career by publishing the imagery that had defined it. From the iconic Nick Knight image of Devon Aoki with a pin through her forehead to the haunting Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin portrait of the designer himself, SPIRIT amassed photographs that, like McQueen and his revolutionary fashion, were completely unforgettable. Mario Sorrenti collaborated with fashion editor Camilla Nickerson producing a photo based on the sacrificial lamb. Printed onto pulp paper embedded with seeds, the issue could be planted to transform into a garden of wildflowers — a statement about the transience of life and fashion that honored the designer’s vision.

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