Fashion Illustration

From celebrated fashion magazine covers to distinguished designer sketches, illustrations have always been a fundamental part of fashion. Hence, today we are discussing fashion illustrations with talented illustrator and writer Naomi Alessandra Schultz from Inkbramble, an online illustrated magazine dedicated to fashion and culture. Naomi, who is persistently documenting runway trends through her illustrations every season, introduced us to her favorite illustrators, shared her thoughts on the future of fashion illustration, discussed her work and revealed her future plans. Continue reading “Fashion Illustration”

Fashion Rules

Her effortlessly cool masculine style and modelesque appearance are quite hard to ignore; meet Berta Bernad, London-based blogger and proud owner of the namesake fashion blog, where she documents her personal style, strolls around London and appreciation for vintage treasures and emerging fashion talent. We caught up with her to discuss her personal style, the future of fashion blogging and her views on the fashion industry. Continue reading “Fashion Rules”

The French Thing

I’m Marlene, a French designer based in London. I moved to Lyon for my BA, where I discovered silk production — Lyon was very famous for its silk during the 19th century. Then I decided to challenge myself, so I moved to London to pursue a MA at Central Saint Martins. I work in a variety of different areas — from fashion to art — and with a variety of mediums — from products to textiles. Continue reading “The French Thing”

Spotlight on Catherine

Balancing between classism and modern age, Catherine Litke is set out to create innovative yet timeless silhouettes that bring together simplicity and an edgy, futuristic twist. Today Litke has quickly begun to gain critical acclaim from the press, and has drawn great admiration from celebrities and high-profile editors. This is only inevitable, since her designs are an interpretation of her personal style — which is just as original — that she describes as “a very specific combination of a girl from Picnic at Hanging Rock and a French New Wave heroine.” Continue reading “Spotlight on Catherine”