In honor of the opening of the Rolling Stones exhibition in London, Another Man is paying tribute to the legendary rock band with its Spring/Summer issue. The magazine will feature a special 40-page story on The Rolling Stones that will include a look at the epic costumes worn by frontman Mick Jagger. In the accompanying interview by Tim Blanks, Jagger shares the story behind some of his most iconic outfits like his Ossie Clark jumpsuits and the white tunic from his Hyde Park concert.

To celebrate the family of the rock icon, Jagger's daughter Georgia and son Gabriel will each be featured on a cover, as well as in the spread wearing some of their dad's costumes. The issue will hit newsstands on March 24. You can also check out the "Exhibitionism" exhibit at the Saatchi Gallery when it opens in April.

Double-breasted pale pink satin suit jacket by Cortlands and jersey T-shirt shot in Keith Richards' leopard-lined tour trunk, worn on Top of the Pops in 1971. 
M&N Horne Ltd military jacket purchased from I Was Lord Kitchener's Valet on Portobello Road in 1966.