A selection of Elvis Style press images available to use free of charge.
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Image credit information is provided below.

0. Elvis Style: From Zoot Suits to Jumpsuits front cover, by fashion and design journalist Zoey Goto.
Published by Redshank and available from July 2016.

1. Elvis having his collar flipped by Bernard Lansky.
(Image Credit: Bernard J. Lansky Collection)

2. Elvis' iconic gold suit was made by Nudie Cohn and cost $10,000. Although it became synonymous with Elvis in the 1950s, it was actually only worn in its entirety on stage twice.
(Image Credit: Julien's Auctions)

3. A costume sketch by Donfeld for Elvis' character in the film Viva Las Vegas (1964).
(Image Credit: Heritage Auctions, HA.com)

4. Elvis had a profound influence on the style of the British Teddy Boys. Here is an example of Elvis' red velvet drape jacket with contrasting black satin lapel, cuffs and trim.
(Image Credit: Heritage Auctions, HA.com)

5. Elvis' glasses with blue tinted lenses and his personal TCB (Taking Care of Business) logo on the frame.
(Image Credit: Julien's Auctions)

6. Elvis wearing leather outfit designed by Bill Belew for his legendary ‘68 Comeback Special, which marked a turning point in his career.
(Image Credit: Photofest)

7. The original cape that the designer Bill Belew made for Elvis' 1973 Aloha from Hawaii concert in 1973.
(Image Credit: Julien's Auctions)

8. This blue Cadillac was brought as part of one of Elvis' legendary car-shopping sprees and gifted to a friend.
(Image Credit: Elvis Presley Mobile Museum)

9. Tiger statue that Elvis kept in his Graceland home.
(Image Credit: Heritage Auctions, HA.com)