Posts tagged fashion illustration.
Alexander McQueen, Spring 2008.
Alexander McQueen F/W 2010 by Andrés Gómez
Gemma Ward in Alexander McQueen AW06 “Widows Of Culloden” by me.
Nature played a role in almost every single one of Alexander McQueen’s collections. Flora and fauna were used as ornamental details on many of his garments. “Animals…fascinate me because you can find a force, and energy, a fear that also exists in sex,” he explained.
Long Live McQ 1: A Seraphic Discourse
0.3 MyGel Black + 0.1Artline Pen
~ Garments lifted from the collections’ horn of plenty (a/w 09) and angels and demons (a/w 010)
Raquel Zimmermann in Alexander McQueen FW06 “Widows Of Culloden” by me.
“When we put the antlers on the model and then draped over it the lace embroidery that we had made, we had to poke them through a £2,000 piece of work. But then it worked because it looks like she’s rammed the piece of lace with her antlers. There’s always spontaneity. You’ve got to allow for that in my shows.”
Long Live Mcq 2: The Curiosities of Rajmata Maitreyi
0.05 UniPin Black
0.1 ArtLine Black
Color and Treatments c/o PicMonkey.com
~ Garment lifted from the collection “The Girl Who Lived Under The Tree” A/W0809
Project Long Live McQ Details: http://jeanfriedrich.tumblr.com/post/43724062205/thereafter-0-3mygelblack-0-1-artline-pen
See my first artwork for Project: Long Live McQ here: http://jeanfriedrich.tumblr.com/post/43810057906/long-live-mcq-1-a-seraphic-discourse-0-3-mygel