Illustration.Files: 12 Most Memorable Fashion Illustrations in 2013

2013 was an amazing year for me and Draw A Dot., as I had the honour to feature many amazing fashion illustrations around the world. Today, I want to use this space to share with you my 12 most memorable fashion illustrations in 2013 (not include the Swide illustrations and Draw A Dot. WITH series).

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1. I still remember I instantly fell in love with this Prada S/S 2013 illustration by Velwyn Yossy when I first browsed her website. Her minimalistic illustration style has evolved throughout the year and I am happy to be able to work on one of the Draw A Dot. WITH projects with her this year. [Read Here]

Prada Spring 2013 by Velwyn Yossy Courtesy of Velwyn Yossy

2. It’s impossible not to love Bijou Karman‘s works, as she is probably one of the most versatile illustrators in the world right now. Her illustration world is always a bit strange, but beautiful at the same time. This Comme des Garcons piece is one of my favourites to date.[Read Here]

Comme des Garcons Spring 1997 by Bijou Karman Courtesy of Bijou Karman

3. Nabil Nezzar‘s hyper surrealism work has a special place in my heart, and this specific editorial has really blown me away with his composition skills. Everything is perfect here to highlight the iconic F/W 2013 pieces. [Read Here]

Prada Fall 2013 by Nabil Nezzar Courtesy of Nabil Nezzar

4. I am very impressed with the illustration of Gerardo Privat F/W 2013 by Mario Rosales earlier this year as the details are simply stunning and I love the contrast between the girl and the clothes. I hope Mario will create more great fashion illustrations in this year! [Read Here]

Gerardo Privat F/W 2013 by Mario RosalesCourtesy of Mario Rosales

5. Ignasi created one of the best campaigns for Joyce this year and I just cannot get these images out of my head. His surreal illustration style continues to amaze me and I am sure 2014 will be another amazing year for this talented artist! [Read Here]

Giambattista Valli S/S 2013 by Ignasi Monreal
Courtesy of Ignasi Monreal

6. António illustrated numerous fashionable girls in 2013 and all of them have a very sexy and mysterious vibe. Out of all the illustrations, I particularly love this Lanvin F/W 2013 girl. She just looks so vulnerable to me. [Read Here]

Lanvin F/W 2013 by Antonio Soares
Courtesy of António Soares

7. Sunny Gu has grown so much this year as a fashion illustrator and I am loving her illustration style right now. This Miu Miu F/W 2013 illustration is one of the most memorable pieces and possibly the piece that has really defined her style. [Read Here]

Miu Miu F/W 2013 by Sunny Gu
Courtesy of Sunny Gu

8. Artaksiniya is one of the illustrators who has continuously amazed me with her fashion works, simply because she always adds a new vibe to the collections. This Louis Vuitton S/S 2014 illustration has really captured my heart because there is this urban vibe that I have not seen in the runway show. [Read Here]

Louis Vuitton S/S 2014 by Artaksiniya
Courtesy of Artaksiniya

9. Caroline Andrieu is an illustrator who has constantly showed me the other side of a particular collection. I still remember when I first saw the Atelier Versace S/S 2013 runway images, I only thought of bold and edgy. However, in here, she showed me the soft side of this collection. [Read Here]

Atelier Versace S/S 2013 by Caroline Andrieu
Courtesy of Caroline Andrieu

10. I was very impressed with Roxanne‘s university project earlier in 2013. In here, she created a look book based on the Alexander McQueen S/S 2013 collection. The illustrations are absolutely beautiful and I am hoping this is not the last time I will be seeing her works. [Read Here]

Alexander McQueen S/S 2013 by Roxanne Palmer
Courtesy of Roxanne Palmer

11. I encountered Studio Fantasma illustration works in the beginning of 2013 and instantly fell in love with their cartoonish illustration style. One of the most memorable series from them is the backstage series and this series might have a new spin off on Draw A Dot. real soon. [Read Here]

Valentino S/S 2012 by Studio Fantasma
Courtesy of Studio Fantasma

12. Throughout 2013, Lisa Huang had created many nice whimsical fashion illustrations and they always put a smile on my face. The Dior Secret Garden was the first piece I saw from her and till this moment, it still has a special spot in my mind. [Read Here]

Dior Secret Garden by Lisa Huang Courtesy of Lisa Huang

The above are my 12 most memorable illustrations I saw in 2013 and I hope some of them are your favourites as well. I am looking forward to seeing more interesting fashion illustrations this year, and feel free to let me know which illustration from Draw A Dot. is your favourite piece in 2013!

Happy New Year!

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