When fashion illustration meets watercolor mastering you know this is going to be a great romance. UK based fashion illustrator Cate Parr takes a plunge into the shallow waters of fashion imagery using this delicate, dreamy and ever-flowing watercolor technique and creating visuals that really carve their way into your memory.
Color Me Trendy is a coloring book for adult, teen, and tween aficionados of style. The book contains 50 illustrations along with 10 empowering poems scattered throughout. You can express your creativity on paper and take that inspiration and apply it to your own wardrobe. For budding fashionistas, this is a great way to share and bond because coloring never goes out of style.
Ah yes, very fine fashion illustration work by Lora Vran from the blog NotJustAnotherBrickInTheWall, who takes inspiration from costume design, animals, LIFE, and fashion magazines. We like.
Caleis is a self-taught illustrator from Spain who left Law to be rescued by the Arts. She makes use of pencils and watercolours to reflect the beauty and harmony of women today.
Julie Verhoeven has covered the fashion industry as a designer, illustrator, creative director and tutor. Everything she creates is amazing, but it’s her illustrations for different editorials that I find to be the most impressive! Ranging from the abstract to cartoon, her varied style is as creative as it is unique.
Kristina Mordokhovitch’s artistic alter ego, Kris Atomic, creates darling fashion forward illustrations that will have you saying “awww” for their extreme cuteness and “ooh” for their fashionable looks.
Check out Zoë Taylor’s latest ‘Sheer Delight’ illustrations that accompany Harriet Walkner’s In The Cut weekly column in Another Magazine. With references to Dolce and Gabana and Christopher Kane couture, Taylor’s hand reveals why sheer is the ultimate fashion paradox.
Danny Roberts, a 24 year-old illustrator whose fashion illustrations have been featured in Elle and WWD, draws beautiful images in his own quirky art-meets-fashion style. Modelling his drawings on real-life models, Roberts has created his own fashion world and has the real fashion world a-buzz.
Artist and illustrator Erin Petson proves that there’s a living to be made from the ability to craft a perfect figure. Clients like Marie Claire and cosmetics giant Lancôme are queuing up to use her ‘bondage leaning glam-vintage images’. Her love of drawings blends seamlessly with textures and montage to create powerful and provocative images. […]