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Vivianne Westwood, Spring 2017 'Ready to Wear Collection'--- Fashion illustration of the day/ Modna ilustracija dana


I love how this fashion illustration turned out. This time I illustrated an outfit from Vivianne Westwood's Spring 2017 Ready To Wear Collection. Who doesn't like Dame Vivianne Westwood? She is a true icon of British fashion. Among British designers, she has always been my personal favourite. So, I was really thrilled to draw this illustration. The medium is coloured pencils on paper. 


Sviđa mi se kako je ova modna ilustracija ispala. Ovoga puta sam ilustrirala kreaciju iz ovogodišnje proljetne kolekcije (spremne za nošenje) Vivianne Westwood. Tko ju je voli? Ona je prava ikona britanske mode. Među britanskim kreatorima, uvijek mi je bila najdraža. Tako da sam baš sa zadovoljstvom nacrtala ovu ilustraciju. Medij su bojice na papiru. 





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Vivianne Westwood Spring 2017 fashion illustration


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Comments

  1. The styling itself of the colour-block skirt and longline grey blazer is so unusual, and I love that you gathered inspiration from this to create an illustration. Have a lovely weekend!!

    aglassofice.com
    x

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  2. OMg! the illustration is so her! I love your artworks so much dear and I always learn so much from reading any of your blog posts. Too bad I'm kind of busy these days since the school year just begun here in our country. huhu
    Hopefully, I can get my hands on a few holidays though :D


    love lots,
    Tin

    mypoeticisolation.blogspot.com

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  3. Amazing how it turned out


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  4. Can I just say how much I love that maxi skirt? It's beautiful! While I don't have any Vivienne Westwood pieces I do admire her talent - she has some lovely designs, as you've sketched here :)

    Hope you are having a wonderful weekend! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  5. I love your illustration! You get inspiration from great designers, beautiful art ❤️
    Have a lovely Sunday Ivana
    www.travelera.es

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  6. Really interesting post! Thanks a lot for sharing)

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  7. Ovo stvarno sjajno izgleda! <3

    http://couturecase.blogspot.com

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    1. hvala, ja sam zadovoljna jer sam konačno razvila neki svoj stil ilustracije:):).

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  8. What a cool outfit that is! I love your illustration of it,, especially seeing it alongside the original picture- you've done an amazing job!

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  9. "Among British designers, she has always been my personal favourite." - really? i dont follow her fashion collections, so i dont know her works...;-(

    nice to see your painting: it´s a 1:1 copy from the original.
    nicely done!

    bye.

    Jennifer
    http://jennifer-femininundmodisch.blogspot.de/2017/06/unterwegs-stadtbesuch-bei-sommerlichem.html

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  10. You did a wonderful job with this illustration. Vivienne Westwood is indeed a true icon of British fashion and she still brings it with her designs.

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  11. hello Ivana,
    Its so gorgeous illustration, fantastic idea and your work, you are so talented girl my dear <3

    I hope your works will be n the glamorous vogue magazines soon !!!

    kisses :*
    Joanna

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  12. You are on a roll, Ivana. This is fantastic, so keep them coming.
    xox
    Lenya
    latest look: Tuesday

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  13. Tačno tako, volimo je svi! Uvek originalna i svoja iznenadi nas divnim kolekcijama iznova i iznova.

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  14. Love her to bits :) Inspirational and brave with her unique ideas. Great drawings Ivana - have a lovely evening - Margot :))))

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