Gibb’s debut collection was in 1972. The front row was filled with stars including Cecil Beaton, David Bailey, Beatrix Miller, Lord Snowdon and his long lasting friend, Twiggy.
Harrods even opened a dedicated area for Gibb's designs, calling it the "Bill Gibb Room"
Famous for his love of romance, soaring flights of fancy and devil-may-care dynamic, Gibb's wildly eccentric combinations of checks, tartans, stripes, floral prints and Fair Isle Knits had never been seen before.
His body of work still influences major designers of today.
This stunning book explores Gibb’s background, long-time fascination with historical imagery and the themes that inspired his designs.