Illustration.Files: 12 Most Memorable Fashion Illustrations in 2015

Happy New Year! To start off 2016, I would want to show you 12 fashion illustrations that are very memorable to me in 2015. I hope some of them are also your top favourites!


1. I still remember when I first saw this Valentino Pre-Fall 2015 illustration by Sumi, my heart was completely melted. It is such a whimsical piece with so many great details! [Read Here]

Valentino Pre-Fall 2015 by SumiCourtesy of Sumi

2. Studio Fantasma entered the Thom Browne S/S 2015 Illustration Open Call and this illustration is 1 of the final 9 on Draw A Dot. Instagram account. The composition is great and the art work totally reflects the garden/forest theme fo this collection! [Read Here]

Thom Browne S/S 2015 by Studio Fantasma Courtesy of Studio Fantasma

3. Nuno Da Costa collaborated with me on the Paper Queens project in the 2nd half of 2015 and this Queen of Clubs is my favourite! I love the vibe of the Queen and the Junya Watanabe F/W 2015 piece is the perfect outfit for her!  [Read Here]

Junya Watanabe Fall 2015 by Nuno Da Costa Courtesy of Nuno Da Costa

4. António Soares never disappoints me with his fashion illustrations and his male characters are becoming a huge hit in the industry. I particular like this one because it really shows the illustrator’s great watercolour skills!  [Read Here]

Gucci Fall 2015 by Antonio Soares Courtesy of António Soares

5. Svetlana Makarova entered the Vikor & Rolf Flowerbomb Illustration Open Call and was one of the final 3 to receive a bottle of signed Flowerbomb fragrance. I love the fairytale concept and it is the perfect gown for Belle! [Read Here]

Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb by Svetlana MakarovaCourtesy of Svetlana Makarova

6. One of the biggest fashion exhibitions in the world last year was the Savage Beauty exhibition in London, England. To celebrate this event, Camille picked some of her favourite Alexander McQueen pieces from different collections and created a breathtaking illustration! [Read Here]

Alexander McQueen by Camille Pfister
Courtesy of Camille Pfister

7. Shamekh created a very successful project with the cutout characters in 2015, but that didn’t mean he had stopped producing awesome fashion illustrations! This Jason Wu S/S 2016 illustration is probably one of my favourites to date as this really shows the beauty of the brand! [Read Here]

Jason Wu Spring 2016 by ShamekhCourtesy of Shamekh

8. In the 2nd half of 2015, I fell in love with Linrinna Lindström‘s works. Her style is very dark and romantic. This piece she submitted to the Delpozo F/W 2015 Illustration Open Call is definitely one of her best! [Read Here]

Delpozo Fall 2015 by Linrinna LindströmCourtesy of Linrinna Lindström

9. Mahyar Kalantari‘s illustration has slowly evolved since the beginning of 2015. This Alexander McQueen F/W 2009 illustration is simply breathtaking and totally reflects the mysterious and dark vibe of the brand! [Read Here]

Alexander McQueen Fall 2009 by Mahyar KalantariCourtesy of Mahyar Kalantari

10. I didn’t feature a lot of jiiakuann‘s works in 2015 but this Gucci F/W 2015 illustration is beyond amazing! This piece is a perfect cover for a fairytale! Simply brilliant! [Read Here]

Gucci Fall 2015 by jiiakuannCourtesy of jiiakuann

11. In 2015, Olivia constantly produced amazing fashion illustrations. Her characters are always so elegant and her style has a nice whimsical touch. This Vikor & Rolf S/S 2015 Haute Coutre illustration shows her great style flawlessly! [Read Here]

Viktor & Rolf Spring 2015 Haute Couture Courtesy of Olivia Au

12. Maruka did a fun project with me on this site in the 2nd half of 2015. I personally am in love with all 4 pieces and this one below shows the elegant, classy and beautiful side of Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2015 collection! [Read Here]

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016 by MarukaCourtesy of Maruka

Let me know who are some of your favourites by leaving a comment below!

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