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I almost didn’t draw the last couple of months. It’s all because I became a mom. So for me this fashion month was rather baby month.
But I found a little time and I drew some illustrations. I hope that soon I’ll have more free time and I’ll draw all that I want. In the meantime I’d like to show you my illustrations and favorites of spring/summer 2016.
I was inspired by stunning Sofie Valkiers. Sofie is Fashion
advocate, Luxury shopper, Fashion columnist for Vogue China and newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws, author & stylist. Check out her blog www.fashionata.com
Here is some of Sofie’s looks.
Today is July 30th and it’s time to release my final illustration for Draw A Dot Lanvin Open Call. Except of the final illustration I want to show you some photos of illustration process and to tell you a little about creation of this illustration. The task was to create an creative illustration based on the Lanvin F/W 2015 (menswear or womenswear or both).
Before the creation of this collection Alber Elbaz started thinking about roots, his own birthplace, Casablanca, and everything that Morocco is capable of evoking. “It’s a country of contradictions,” he said. “So it was an interesting place to start a collection.”
BEAUTIES UNDER THE NORTH AFRICAN SUN
I decided to illustrate Moroccan Beaty. In here you can see the process of creation of this illustration. When I think of Morocco I imagine camels, ethnic Moroccan houses and desert . And all this in yellow and orange colors.
For this collaboration my task was to illustrate some of the F/W 2015 collections from Haute Couture week.
In here, you can see the best looks from Atelier Versace, Ulyana Sergeenko, Giambattista Valli, Valentino, Armani Privé and Jean Paul Gaultier.
My illustrations of Atelier Versace and Ulyana Sergeenko was the first part of my collaboration with Draw A Dot.
In here, you can see my second part of collaboration with Draw A Dot.