The first biography on the late Alexander McQueen - who committed suicide in February - is set to be released next month.
The first biography on the late Alexander McQueen is set to be released next month.
The designer committed suicide in February and fashion journalist Kristin Knox has already penned a book in tribute to him, entitled 'Alexander McQueen, Genius of a Generation'.
The biography - to be produced by publishers A+C Black - will take a look back at the 40-year-old star's glittering career, including 120 images of his most memorable creations as well his final, unfinished Autumn/Winter 2010 collection.
McQueen was born in London's East End and was named British Designer of the Year on four occasions between 1996 and 2003 and made clothes for a whole range of high-profile stars, including Britain's Prince Charles.
He was also awarded a CBE as well as being named International Designer of the Year at the Council of Fashion Designer Awards.
McQueen - real name Lee - was discovered hanged in a wardrobe at his London home by his cleaner on the eve of his beloved mother's funeral on 11 February.
An inquest into his death was told he left a suicide note for his loved ones, which is believed to have been found at the scene.