Containing 120,000 words and 300-plus images - many of them rare and previously unpublished - The Look is the definitive account of the combustion which occurs when fantastic style meets great music, from Elvis Presley to Pete Doherty.
Meanwhile the limited edition 11-track CD which comes with the book includes songs by David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Miles Davis and Boy George.
With a foreword by the maverick creator of the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren, and an introduction by international fashion mogul Paul Smith, The Look celebrates the style of such iconic artists as Elvis, The Beatles, the Velvet Underground, the Rolling Stones, The Who, Bowie and Jimi Hendrix, as well as the Sex Pistols, The Clash, Madonna, Sean "Diddy" Combes, Oasis, Andre 3000 and Gwen Stefani.
The Look is a must for readers and fans of pop culture, music, celebrity, style, design and fashion, containing many exclusive interviews and images, among them:
Dior's Hedi Slimane talks about his muses Pete Doherty and Franz Ferdinand and contributes photographs of David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Razorlight and others
Postcards from the late Joe Strummer to The Clash designer Alex Michon
Photographs of Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Pages 60s clothes
A rare photo of Paul McCartney outside his Soho tailor in 1965
A rare photo of David Bowie with his designer Freddie Buretti in 1970
An interview with Elvis Presleys tailor Bernard Lansky
The last interview with the late John Stephen, the King Of Carnaby Street
Malcolm McLaren talks about his outrageous punk T-shirt designs
Dexys Midnight Runners leader Kevin Rowlands essay on "the great lost look" of 1968
Boy George talks about his controversial fashion label B-Rude
A stunning photograph of Jimi Hendrix taken by his friend Bruce Fleming