2016 Illustrations | westminsterfashion
View all the University of Westminster BA London Fashion Week A/W 2019 collections
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Artist: Charles Jeffrey
Discover haute couture fashion illustrations by contemporary artist Charles Jeffrey at SHOWstudio. Browse the Maison Margiela collections depicting cult styles.
Fashion designers design clothes for a manufacturer or for a brand name, but can also create their own collections. The great difference between the Academy and similar study courses at technical institutes is in the creative approach. Fashion designers who are trained at an academy and who studied four years with painters, sculptors, graphic designers, and students of other courses, live in a creative artistic atmosphere that leaves a mark on their personality. It requires effort and…
WESTMINSTERFASHION | A/W 2020 LFW
Our first year fashion design students are taught by illustrator Richard Gray. These are a selection of first year students fashion illustration work, depicting this seasons runway collections.
Inspiration: Mogu Takahashi, Sören Beineke and John Booth
Mogu Takahashi (source) Sören Beineke (source) John Booth (source) Mogu Takahashi (source) Sören Beineke (source) John Booth (source) Artists and illustrators I've been really in to recently. I think I love them so much because of the childlike qualities within their work and the use of pattern and colour. Their styles are just very fun and playful- that's definitely the direction I want to take. The two pieces from Takahasi are from her collection of 'daily doodles' which she also uploads…
Queering The Family Photo Album: Mark Glasgow
Interview with Mark Glasgow, who graduated from the RCA with a pastel-coloured collection to perform a queer critique of his own Northern Irish heritage.