Inslee Haynes Fashion Illustrations

I just discovered the charming fashion illustrations of New York based artist Inslee Haynes. Always drawing very stylish ladies in her very own style, all of her watercolor illustrations remind me a lot of street style photography. Haynes’ works as a freelancer and is excited to work on any your fashion projects.

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Joseph Turvey’s Fashion Illustrations

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…


Vita Yang Fashion Illustrations

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

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8-Bit Fashionary

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…


Tom Bagshaw Illustrations

Two years ago we introduced you to the gorgeous illustrations of Tom Bagshaw aka Mostly Wanted. Since then he updated his portfolio in particular with those beautiful fashion illustration for Telegraph & Preen.


Francois Berthoud Illustrations

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

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Andrea Mary Marshall’s Model Illustrations

Artist Andrea Mary Marshall send us her portfolio this morning and I really liked these illustrations she did for COACD’s Douglas Perret’s best of 201o, where Marshall has illustrated the faces of his favorite models of the year. It is strange how the effortless feel of the illustrations exude this Hollywood glamour.