Fashion Sketchbook - fashion illustrations; fashion design development; fashion portfolio // Valeria Pulici

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Fashion Sketchbook showing fashion illustrations, fashion design developmen, fashion portfolio created by Valeria Pulici

Antonio Marras for Kenzo sketchbook work. Fabulously detailed fabric pattern & print drawings - fashion illustrations; developing a collection

Antonio Marras for Kenzo sketchbook work. Fabulously detailed fabric pattern & print drawings to help develop a collection.

Illustrated by Alina But Gusaim  #illustration #fashion #art

Week 8 - Eduardo Coloured Pencil - Illustrated by Alina But Gusaim - mark making and texture to create interesting shapes in design.

Fashion Portfolio - collection development; lineup; fashion illustrations; fashion sketchbook // Amie Edwards

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I re-pinned this from 'Fashion sketchbook_ DAN' I like the lack of colour and the media used. The range of lines gives it a look of simplicity I feel will make it easy to recreate.

WEEK 5 - Eduardo Watercolour pencil marker The washes of black and lack of colour creates an interesting almost sinister atmosphere. The simplicity of the lines and its looseness mixed with the wash is quite evocative.

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design sketches; creative process; fashion portfolio // Hayley Grundmann

For some MA Fashion graduate collections, money really does talk -- for Hayley Grundmann, this meant adapting a poundland-couture philosophy.

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.

Get to know the inspiration, thoughts and work behind the White Show garments of 1st year BA Fashion Design students at Central Saint Martins

Get to know the inspiration, thoughts and work behind the White Show garments of year BA Fashion Design students at Central Saint Martins

Jeremy Combot- Crazy Colored Fashion Illustration

Jeremy Combot- Crazy Colored Fashion Illustration Jeremy Combot is a freelance illustrator from France. He is a self-taught artist and his work could be defined as a mixture of crazy colors / Fashion.

2015 Westminster Fashion illustration – Roberta Einer

These fashion ullustrations show someones collection they are use similar colours yet the use of colours mean you can clearly see every garment in detail in a strak contrast to the pale model

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