Maybe it was the beautiful white forest backdrop or how slowly each model navigated the wintery set, but something about the Delpozo show on Thursday was absolutely enchanting. I’m usually drawn to feminine silhouettes and graceful details but Delpozo’s looks were so intricate and the shapes wonderfully exaggerated, I just had to draw my favorites!
From left to right, Look 35, Look 4, and Look 32. The beading detail and knitwear effects were stunning… and so much fun to render! Did you have any favorites from New York Fashion Week?? I wonder if we’ll see any Oscar gowns straight off the runways…
I’m off to Sunday brunch, then perhaps a quick trip to H&M to see Miss Ladyfinger in Time Square doing nails for the award show tonight. Maybe I’ll see you there!
Aside from the gorgeous clothes, makeup, hair, and flashing lights… New York Fashion Week is all about the models. Suddenly the city is filled with them and you know that fashion week is upon us.
I found this face study I did of Karlie Kloss awhile back that never made it to the blog and thought it was fitting for a fashion week post. This girl’s got some serious staying power… and she’s not about to let up yet! Happy NYFW everyone!!
I can always count on the Oscar de la Renta show for some illustration inspiration! The details were stunning and I cannot get enough of his girly girl frocks. Usually it’s all sweet but this time around he got a little edgy, well edgy for Oscar… latex suits anyone? Neon streaks in the models’ hair didn’t hurt either =)
Hope you’re having a relaxing Sunday… the weather in NYC is going to be beautiful and I just might have to go out and enjoy it!
Today marks the kick off to New York Fashion Week and the city celebrated with its fourth annual Fashion’s Night Out. Even though I’m completely ready for Fall, I can’t wait to see what’s in store for Spring 2013…
Check back for more fashion week inspired sketches!
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