Tag Archives: fashion illustrations
So my last project at Parsons is to design a collection and create a digital marketing plan. A lot of people used Instagram. And of course I used Scentsate. 🙂 My collection is based on the juxtaposition between nature and … Continue reading
Here’s three sketches with a nerd-chic customer in mind, 20-40, maybe a Ph.D student or a copywriter. They were for a fabrics class. I’ll tell you the fabrics too. Girl on Left: Cotton weave jacket Stretch silk charmeuse blouse Jeans … Continue reading
I had an assignment to illustrate people wearing corduroy, silk faille, and houndstooth. Here they are: Corduroy Silk Faille Houndstooth Hope you like them!
I had the idea for these stretch cotton pique dresses and buckled wool boucle coat a long time ago, and I just redrew them. I thought they fit perfectly with the polished feel of Bottega Veneta’s first fragrance. Bottega Veneta … Continue reading
I did three illustrations for Tuberosa: two blouses, one dress. I chose silk charmeuse because there’s something shiny and loose about the feel of Tuberosa. It could be considered a femme fatale scent, but an ethereal natural one instead of … Continue reading