As we continue to spend more time at home, take inspiration from the most creative minds in fashion illustration.
The former Head of Womenswear at Central Saint Martins School of Art, Tangye lives and works in North London. As a figurative abstract artist who is best known for his emotive portraits created in a mixture of oils, pastels, watercolor, inks and graphite, his works are characterized by fluid lines that suggest movement and emotion. Tangye’s work is held in many important collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Portrait Gallery in London.
A multidisciplinary artist from Barcelona, and currently based between Rome and Madrid. Monreal works in various media including painting, design, creative direction, ceramics, film and animation and was commissioned by Alessandro Michele to illustrate their SS18 campaign.
The elegant and expressive character of Gustafson’s watercolor, pastel and cut-out paperworks have been included in editorial publications such as Vogue, The New Yorker, and Visionaire. He has created advertising art for Hermès, Tiffany & Co., Yohji Yamamoto, and Comme des Garçons among others.
The award-winning freelance 2D Animation Director and Illustrator enjoys working with bold, painterly textures and drawn animation. Combining digital with analog paper techniques to make fashion illustrations and drawings, you can see her work across billboards worldwide with brands such as Prada and Graff.
Largely influenced by fashion photography, Breitenstein takes inspiration from the collections in most of her illustrations from the likes of Mcqueen, Louis Vuitton and Prada, and transforms their designs into a personalized expression. Primarily using watercolor, her focus is to draw the viewer into the abstract world of fashion.