Another amazing Mondofragile - Fashionize. Fashionize is an exiting journey through the experimental field of new aesthetical, conceptual and technical communication styles of Fashion and Lifestyle as well. It is important to understand that the perception of color is based on the meaning of the color of a particular object, not just the color itself. The recently published Mondofragile I - Modern Fashion illustrations from Japan (2002) was organized by application, under chapters such as Stylishly, Vectrozie, and Extravaganza. They were more suggestions than strict categories, while 'Italy Meets Japan' is clear in its implication. Works are by Tadahiro Vesugi, Maccosi, Emma Mori, Ringirl, Toru Kono, Wakaba and many more.
The Fine Art of Fashion Illustration is a visual celebration of fashion image making and illustration from the Renaissance to the end of the Art Deco period, when studio photography became predominant in the promotion of new fashionable styles. It shows fashion illustration as an art form of allure and beauty, as captured by talented image-makers and printed in publications spanning centuries. Featuring over 350 illustrations, it is a beautiful and comprehensive document of the talent and artistry that went into the design and making of European fashion images from the second half of the sixteenth century to the first half of the twentieth century.
Author: Jennifer Lilya
Publisher: "F+W Media, Inc."
Release Date: 2014-12-02
A savvy fashion-illustration resource, using easy-to-find materials such as acrylic paint and inks, teaches readers the key concepts in anatomy, proportion and balance; how to create useful gesture drawings and paintings; and much more. Original.
A comprehensive, visual survey of fashion drawing in the twentieth century offers four hundred images illustrating the development of fashion as seen through the works of the greatest illustrators of the period.
This stunning survey reveals the genre of fashion drawing to be an art form in its own right. Drawing Fashion celebrates renowned art dealer Jo'lle Chariau's unique collection of some of the most remarkable fashion illustrations from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. These original works define the fine art of illustrating fashion, from Poiret, Chanel, Balenciaga, and Dior to Comme des Garçons, McQueen, and Viktor & Rolf. This catalogue, which accompanies the exhibition at the Design Museum in London, showcases fashion illustrators at their creative heights: Lepape at the beginning of the century, Bérard in the 1930s and Forties, Cecil Beaton in the Fifties, Antonio from the Sixties to the Eighties, and current artists Mats Gustafson, François Berthoud, and Aurore de La Morinerie. In their engaging and highly informative essays, Germany Times Magazine journalist Holly Brubach and London Sunday Times chief fashion writer Colin McDowell reveal how the art of drawing fashion continues to reflect not only the spirit and style of the decades, but also the wider social and cultural changes of the past century.
Bevor ein Modeentwurf tatsächlich umgesetzt werden kann, muss er ansprechend zu Papier gebracht werden, um zu überzeugen: Naoki Watanabe vermittelt in ihrem Band nicht nur das nötige Handwerkszeug, sondern lädt den Leser mit Visionen, neuer Motivation und Leidenschaft förmlich auf. Mit dem nötigen Wissen zu brandaktuellen Zeichentechniken, Stoffen und Schnitten ist der Kreative schließlich bestens gerüstet, umseine eigenen Ideen weiterzuentwickeln sowie diese lebendig und professionell zu visualisieren. Der große Erfahrungsschatz der Autorin ergibt einen”lesbaren Coach“, den man vor allem zu Beginn seiner Ausbildung immer an seiner Seite wissen möchten.
For anyone who loves fashion, this is a dream book: a vast collection of original sketches by 50 of the world's most celebrated fashion designers. Style maven Laird Borrelli has brought together 250 stunning sketches, designs, and concepts by a galaxy of prominent designers from every international fashion capital. Top names like Christian Lacroix and Karl Lagerfeld join hot up-and-comers such as Roksanda Ilincic and Yoshikazu Yamagata in a magnificent and unprecedented gallery of distinctive signature illustration styles, unique creative thought processes, and work in a huge variety of media. Lively text introduces each designer, and an utterly invaluable reference section in back provides contact details for each designer's label. Fashion illustration has never looked so good.
This captivating retrospective explores the social context of fashion with informative text and over 70 striking images. Profiles include flappers, glamour girls, flower children, and the modern obsession with celebrity styles.
Author: Lisa Arnold
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2012-04-06
The fast and easy way to learn the art of fashion drawing This fun guide gives you dozens of step-by-step diagrams that walk you through the process of preparing creative illustrations that you can later develop into dynamic presentations for your design portfolio. Plus, you'll not only learn how to draw clothes and fabric, but also how to show details that make up the total look: faces and hairstyles, fashion accents, and a wide variety of textures. If you're an aspiring fashion designer, you know it's essential to be able to draw, prepare, and present a fashion drawing. Whether you have little or no prior drawing experience, Fashion Drawing For Dummies gives you easy-to-follow, non-intimidating instructions for mastering the drawing skills you need to design like a pro. Learn the rules and techniques of fashion drawing Draw the fashion figure in different poses and from multiple angles Discover how to complement your drawings with accessories, clothing, and style If you're a fledgling designer looking for non-intimidating guidance on learning the ins and outs of fashion drawing, this friendly guide has you covered!