Paloma wears Karen Walker Sunglasses $180, Stella McCartney Striped Jumper $437, Damir Doma Leather Bangle $220, Acne Leather Moto Skirt $1005, Proenza Schouler Tote $725, and Elizabeth and James Sandals $295. See Ryder’s look below…
Almost a year ago we featured the mood boards of fashion student Joseph Turvey (see here). He has just submitted his new fashion illustrations for review, and they are definitely worth a look. I really like his style, the way he makes eyes feel and look so real but then contrasts other parts of the [...]
Taiwanese Fashion illustrator Vita Yang holds a MA Footwear Design degree in De Montfort University. Her illustration works can be seen in Vogue Taiwan, The Big Issue Taiwan, Elle Taiwan. She has also collaborated with Nigo’s Human Made, illustrated for the S/S 2011 collection on the
Last year we introduced you to the stunning illustration work of Jonathan Bartlett. He updated his portfolio with some even more enchanting illustrations, still in his very unique style inspired by the 50′s, of stylish men really in tune with today’s fashion! Now you can buy his posters on his website linked below.
New York based illustrator Connie Hy Kim contacted us to introduce her enchanting fashion illustrations. Very girly with a great choice of pastel palettes, reminds me a little of the work of Cedric Rivrain. I love her work and I’m sure you will too!
How rad are these simple 8-bit graphic illustrations using the Fashionary templates? I love them because it abstracts each look enough to where it highlights the palette and silhouette which is a very different way of looking at fashion for most people, but super important for forecasting. In all my fashion week collages I always [...]
Born and raised in London, fashion designer Louisa Parris graduated from Central Saint Martins, where she received the prestigious Womenswear Collection Award. Specialized in eveningwear, Parris launched her 2011 collection of beautiful scarves and funky cocktail hats. I am also loving the illustrations that her mother Cherrill Parris-Fox did to illustrate her collection! See more [...]
Here is another very talented illustrator, but don’t call Elisabeth Bukanova that to her face. Bukanova is not a fan of the labels, artist or illustrator, she does not identify with that. “I don’t really like the specification fashion illustrator. My drawings might be fashionable at some point – but they’re not purely fashion. I [...]
Copenhagen Fashion Week just ended and Anne-Sofie Madsen’s SS 2012 Collection was definitely the highlight for me. Her experiences with Peclers-Parisian trend agency, John Galliano, and as junior designer at Alexander McQueen have really helped to make her a smart and well-rounded designer. Though her instinct seems to lie in couture she does a beautiful [...]
Singaporean fashion student Friedrich Herman has a really well written and curated fashion blog where you can find these great fashion illustrations. Inspired by different designer collections, Herman interprets their inspirations to create something really fresh and unique to his own style. What is also really nice are the photos of the collections that he [...]
Internationally known Swiss fashion illustrator François Berthoud works for Condé Nast Italy in Milan. Berthoud cultivates a memorable and expressive style that can be sorted between Pop Art and German Expressionism. A highly