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The Alexander McQueen renaissance continues, even though its short-lived subject is sadly gone. Since the 2010 suicide of the British fashion designer, more than half a dozen books about him been published and there seem no signs of depletion either in material or interest. Judith Watt's ambitious, affectionate Alexander McQueen: The Life and the Legacy justifies its existence with breathtaking fashion photography, interviews, and personal reminiscences by the friends and associates who knew him best. (Watt herself was a close personal friend of the flamboyant, yet private designer.) An incomparable vanguard artist; a keepsake worth treasuring.