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Lucy in the sky with diamonds – err... Swarovski crystals | BA Final Collections, Fashion, Graduates, Students | 1 Granary

I love how the coloured pencil works together with the voluminous paper collaginLucy in the sky with diamonds – err.

Illustrations from final year Westminster BA (Hons) Fashion Design students featuring their runway collections

The BA (Hons) Fashion Design degree course at the University of Westminster has an outstanding reputation for teaching and developing highly talented designers.

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.

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. - Gift for women and girls, wedding

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.

The BA (Hons) Fashion Design degree course at the University of Westminster has an outstanding reputation for teaching and developing highly talented designers.

Cecillia Carlstedt Graphite and Ink Stockholm 2011, Caristedt combines drawing with various media for a rich and unpredictable expression. She uses wet and dry brush strokes to create a contrast combine loose and bold linework.

Cecillia Carlstedt Graphite and Ink Stockholm Caristedt combines drawing with various media for a rich and unpredictable expression. She uses wet and dry brush strokes to create a contrast combine loose and bold linework.

Jean Demarchy, London, 1953, Pastels, Features bold, contrasting stripes with voluminous panniers and bustles. Demarchy  has conveyed the soft, tactile nature of the fabrics through the use of brushwork. The use of soft pastels evokes a sense of romantic e.g. with the figure grazing out into the distance and using a limited colour palette.  Choosing to paint only the flowers in colour e.g. further increasing the heightened romantic nature of the illustration.

richesforrags: “ Evening gown by Lanvin, illustration by Jean Demarchy. ” Jean Demarchy, illustration of evening gown by Lanvin for Harper’s Bazaar, 1955

Paul Iribe 1924 Paris Gouache, Iribe uses graphic lifework to render in the form. The illustration is flat and plays on abstract quantities of the medium. There is also a strong distortion seen in the legs and arms to further aid in evoking elongation and a slender female figures of the 1920's.

Paul Iribe Jeanne Lanvin Design 1924 Gouache on paper, woman in navy coat trimmed with fur, dated, 18 x 12 inches.

Velwyn Yossy coloured ink and gouache 2014 London. The key aspect of this illustration is the exaggeration of the figure body. e.g. the arms have seen elongated and the shoulder have been expanded in width. The black acts as a strong contrast against the black and cream background.

Velwyn Yossy fashion illustrations Velwyn Yossy is a designer and illustrator who graduated from Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.

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