I just discovered the work of Swedish illustrator/paper artist Hanna Albrektson, and I must say that I really enjoyed looking through her portfolio. Especially striking are her beautiful drawings over photographs and her shoes and bags made from paper. She is very talented and technical and is always open to receiving new types of assignments. [...]
W hile lately, fashion meets art and vise versa a lot more often, Mary Katrantzou, the Greek-born/London-based designer that raised the bar of prints on a whole other level, met for the third time Erik Madigan Heck, the creative director of Nomenus Quarterly magazine. In case you’re not yet familiar with Nomenus Quarterly, the magazine’s [...]
Russian born, Australia based still life photographer, Anna Pogossova sent us a taste of her work the other day and left us hungry for more. Browsing through her entire portfolio we discovered so much cool work that was just had to reconnect with her to ask a few questions. TL: You have a very distinct [...]
For the second year in a row, London College of Fashion MA 2012 students showcased their graduate collections at the Victoria & Albert Museum on February 2nd. Tradition and innovation went hand-in-hand down the runway of the “Poemtry” presentation, where the last collection was a contradiction to the next. kaleidoscopic patterns, nudes, luxurious golds, quirky [...]
Today we introduce the latest addition to our Paper Doll Series, Guy Jannsen. Guy is a 23-year-old Dutch model living in New York. Guy wears Mihara Yasuhira Pullover $392, Rag & Bone Wool bomber jacket $380, Undercover Leather Finger Gloves $325, Vivienne Westwood Belted Trouser $348, and Vivienne Westwood Dallas Boot $513.
British artist Hattie Stewart challenges the monotony of fashion publications covers with her cheeky interpretations. She takes her love for the print world to another step by using magazine covers as her medium for creating these graphic illustrations. By the looks of this body of work and seeing that it touches on fashion, art, and [...]
Recent graduate from University College Falmouth, UK, the British artist Anne-Marie Jones paint runways in a very artsy way. I love her style and the fact that the paintings make you think backwards, trying to imagine what the clothes really look like and that process breaks down the designs to bring out the ideas behind [...]
Korean born, New York based illustrator Teri Chung graduated from Parsons for illustration. Her illustrations mostly cover high fashion looks. I really like the contrast of pencil and paint, black and white faces with colored garments.
Jantine van Peski studied at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute before attending the Fashion Department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, where she graduated in 2011 from a master (MA) degree with ‘WIRES 10.0’ collection. Jantine gained design experience at the fashion houses of Haider Ackermann and A.F. Vandevorst. Her work focuses on silhouette [...]
Fashion illustrator Richard Kilroy gave Trendland the exclusivity on the latest issue of his fashion illustration magazine Decoy. With issue 3 it has made the leap from black & white to traditional color newsprint. In this issue you can find a
Santiago based illustrator Fab Ciraolo takes pop icons, models and superheroes and illustrates them with a modern and fashionable twist. By changing their outfits and keeping a vintage aesthetic with his subdued color palette and psychedelic backgrounds, his final artwork is truly unique. I love the modern Che Guevara and Frida Kahlo above as well [...]
It’s not easy to follow up winning the award for 2011 Designer Brand from the British Fashion Council, but wonderwoman Victoria Beckham has already done so with her denim line’s new video, entitled “Step for 2“. Released just a few days after the illustrious awards show, the video launches Victoria’s Spring/Summer 2012 Denim collection in a kaleidoscopic mix [...]