Alexander McQueen: Blood Beneath the Skin by Andrew Wilson
I always seem to read (or re-read) a McQueen book (and watch endless McQueen videos on YouTube) between Christmas and New Years. Always. I love him, I love his work, I love his shows, I hate he's gone. This book may be my favorite biography of him, it went into a lot of depth and there was a lot of information that I wasn't previously aware of. It's a hard read at times because of his troubled soul but following his journey is so fascinating. You didn't want it to end in a way because you know what was coming. I highly recommend this book. It's a must read for any McQueen fan!
Here are the McQueen books I own and love:
Alexander McQueen: The Life and the Legacy by Judith Watt (link to my review)