Illustrated by Helen Dryden, Vogue, December 1916 Illustrated by Georges Lepape, Vogue, January 1919 Illustrated by Helen Dryden, Vogue, January 1919 Illustrated by Helen Dryden, Vogue, November 1920 Illustrated by Jean Pages, Vogue, December 1930 Illustrated by Jean Pages, Vogue, December 1933 Photographed by Roger Schall, Vogue, December 1938 Photographed by Toni Frissell, Vogue, December 1940 Photographed by Serge Balkin, Vogue, August 1946 Photographed by John Rawlings, Vogue, December 1962 Photographed by John Cowan, Vogue, November 1964 Photographed by Franco […]
Like Coco Chanel said “A girl should be two things Classy and Fabulous” , and who will disagree with that! Young Tunisian artist ,Eya Tarhouni ,brougth together some classy beauty and fashion items in her illustrated project called “Classy & Fabulous”.
Digital collages for Highlife Shop Magazine, comissioned by Cedar Communications. The content in the collages represent the notes in the perfumes. source http://www.behance.net/gallery/Floral-Alchemy/8306427 Related articles Floral Alchemy (behance.net)
You know already I love surfing the internet finding the latest and coolest in fashion,beauty,design,art, photography. And i just found ‘Trendy’ a book about fashion and its world written by Irene Claver and illustrated by Berto Martínez and Chidy Wayne . Talented artists from Spain. Related articles FC Barcelona Style / Nike (behance.net)
When it comes to judging, commenting and accusing we can master this “skills” very well. The latest? The press release by Roberto Cavalli office of a sketch for Beyoncé Knowles Mrs. Carter World Tour. Why? Because some people,blogs and websites started to comment and accuse of promoting an unhealthy body image. The readers of this blog knows already that I’m trying to promote a healthy body image and that in the The CoF AGAINST PRO-ANOREXIA category you can find more information about […]
From one of my favorite fashion magazine on the market right now here comes another inspiring piece. Polly Norton takes on Ralph Lauren’s spring/summer 2013 collection in Hunger Magazine Illustrated Fashion series. source: http://www.hungertv.com/feature/illustrated-fashion-ralph-lauren/
Adorned with her own personal jewelry Elizabeth Taylor by artist Lula, is wearing a few of the looks (from Comme des Garçons, Rick Owens, Miu Miu, and J.W. Anderson) from the runway. Curated by Carine Roitfeld Art by Lula Edited by Michaela Dosamantes source crfashionbook.com
The spring/summer 2013 issue of V Magazine is for the first time complete with a sketchbook – a supplement that consists entirely of fashion illustrations and therefore has been called Drawn To Fashion. On its cover – Donatella Versace’s illustrations of the Spanish artist based in London, Ricardo Fumanal. The readers will find the material “Face of the Future”, the best images of the autumn/winter 2013-2013 collections and their creators – Miuccia Prada, Rei Kawakubo, Sarah Burton and Phoebe Philo. I […]
Fashion without the illustration is like a dress without the fabric. Illustrators have been the first “photographers” of trends, until they become true artists of drawing. The fashion illustration started with the painting or plastic depictions: the late-Gothic plates by Pisanello have to be considered one of the first examples of fashion sketches. During the XVI° century, many artists spent some time by studying the clothing, as the representation of embroideries, draping and fabrics kept improving. The real turning point happened with the […]
The list of designers who are dressing Beyoncé Knowles for her Mrs. Carter Show world tour, which just kicked off, continues to grow. After Dean and Dan Caten from Dsquared2, Stuart Weitzman and The Blonds, now Peter Dundas, creative director at Pucci, drew inspiration from his fall 2013 collection to create Beyoncé’s outfit . Here are some sketches by Peter Dundas for Pucci, and by the shoe designer Stuart Weitzman.
The website Refinery 29 collaborated with the Manhattan-born and based cartoonist Joana Avillez to compile a list of today’s forward-thinking creative forces who demonstrate genuine style. Each of these characters bring something completely different to the table, and any true fashionista will be able to recognize why they have all been chosen.
Though beautiful models are usually the top selection when showing off the newest collections, The StyleMonk has decided to take another route and replace the typical models with some very beloved and famous cartoon characters. Some of the fiercest, albeit unexpected ladies in the cartoon world have been sketched out to look fabulous in such prominent designers like Pierre Balmain, Balenciaga and Givenchy. Taking them out of their usual outfits, infamous characters as the Sailor Moon crew, Betty Boop and […]