If you are a fan of the Marc Jacobs‘ Louis Vuitton era, then you are going to love this new Draw A Dot. WITH series!
For this mini project, I have teamed up with Shamekh and we are going to revisit some of the most iconic Louis Vuitton runway shows from the Marc Jacobs‘ era. If you remember the Spring 2014 show, there were actually some famous “landmarks” from the previous shows, and we have decided to use them as the backdrop of this series.
For the first piece, we have combined the Fall 2010 and Spring 2012 collections together to create a surreal piece. I personally like this composition a lot because Shamekh has transformed the carousel into the fountain. The placements of the models have balanced out the art piece and their outfits have created a very interesting contrast (playful vs elegant).
Courtesy of Shamekh
It’s always exciting when illustrators decided to create an art piece based on Iris Van Herpen‘s Haute Couture collections, because her garments are always unique and futuristic. Here is an illustration by Renz Reyes .
Courtesy of Renz Reyes
Karl Lagerfeld is definitely one of the most iconic fashion designers in this generation, and you have probably seen his face on many merchandises. Recently Natasha Shaloshvili has created an illustration series base on this famous designer.
Decue Wu has recently created a new piece of illustration based on Dolce & Gabbana S/S 2014, and I personally think it is wonderful.
Courtesy of Decue Wu
Rodarte S/S 2014 collection is a very interesting one, because it constantly reminds me of the 90s era. Out of all the pieces, the following is definitely one of my favourites.
Courtesy of Lidia Luna
Recently while I was browsing through the cyber space for fashion illustrations, I came across this lovely piece by Carla Han.
Courtesy of Carla Han
You must have seen a lot of great illustrations by Artaksiniya on this site, but this is probably the first time you (even for me) get to see the raw sketches by her.