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Punk: Chaos to Couture Hardcover – May 15, 2013
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Nothing on King's Road in 1977--or the Bowery in 1975, for that matter--could compete with the clothes in this book for aggressivness, poetry, and sheer devotion to hardware. But Punk also captures the discomfort of admiring DIY fashion deracinated from social context: Locked so far away from the beating heart of punk, the clothes, no matter how dramatic, are soulless. --Sarah Leonard
“Curator Andrew Bolton shows great calm and patience in the scope of his research into punk’s frenetic effects. His underlying aim is to prove that punk was more than just the cliché of mohicans and bad skin, but was a swirling, chaotic period of great experimentation in style. No linear study, the book offers a wide-ranging overview of the persistence of punk’s influence . . . The big coup of the book is its introductory essay by both Richard Hell and John Lydon, he who previously went by the name of Johnny Rotton."—Charlie Porter, V&A Magazine
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Book package overall is exquisite - and a value at the price being charged for this size 'coffee table' book.