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Prominent Fashion Illustrators

Fashion Illustrators are fun, quirky and *gasp! fashion conscious! That’s what I used to think, but today I am not very sure which artist is a fashion illustrator, they all seem to create art and most of them do digital art for comic books, children illustrations and all the other inspirations that make their day. And I believe, to categorize any artist as a fashion illustrator just because ONE of their works was used for fashion is ridiculous. A true fashion illustrator, in my opinion live,drink and sleep fashion.

Therefore, I now present to you important fashion illustrators that can wow your day.
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2011-©ourtesy of artniti

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Prominent Fashion Illustrators

Fashion Illustrators are fun, quirky and *gasp! fashion conscious! That’s what I used to think, but today I am not very sure which artist is a fashion illustrator, they all seem to create art and most of them do digital art for comic books, children illustrations and all the other inspirations that make their day. And I believe, to categorize any artist as a fashion illustrator just because ONE of their works was used for fashion is ridiculous. A true fashion illustrator, in my opinion live,drink and sleep fashion.

Therefore, I now present to you important fashion illustrators that can wow your day.
View thumbnails or load a full size gallery.

2011-©ourtesy of artniti


NYC Bendel’s Fashion Illustrator

Before becoming the house Illustrator for high-end retailer Henri Bendel, artist Izak Zenou whipped up breezy fashion sketches for clients including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Chanel, Catherine Malandrino and Vera Wang. Now he’s adding “stationery designer” to his C.V. with a new product line for online paper goods store Expressionery.com. The collection, which includes notes, invitations, stationery and social calling cards, no doubt introduces Zenou’s spirited work to a whole new audience, while effectively giving his fans an affordable way to collect his work. The artist designed more than 40 products for Expressionery, most of which borrow from previously existing fashion works. Sets of 25 folded notes are priced at $24. “I selected=Before becoming the house Illustrator for high-end retailer Henri Bendel, artist Izak Zenou whipped up breezy fashion sketches for clients including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Chanel, Catherine Malandrino and Vera Wang.
Now he’s adding “stationery designer” to his C.V. with a new product line for online paper goods store Expressionery.com.
The collection, which includes notes, invitations, stationery and social calling cards, no doubt introduces Zenou’s spirited work to a whole new audience, while effectively giving his fans an affordable way to collect his work.
The artist designed more than 40 products for Expressionery, most of which borrow from previously existing fashion works. Sets of 25 folded notes are priced at $24.
“I selected the illustrations that I felt women could relate to and see themselves in,” said Zenou.
“I enjoy bringing a high fashion look to simple accessory items. It really dresses up your whole look. Since most of my products are only available at select retail locations, we felt that this was a great opportunity for more women to get to know the Izak girls.”
Zenou added that a line of school stationery he had previously designed laid the groundwork for him to take on this type of collaboration, noting, “This opportunity seemed like a natural extension of that.”
We’re excited to nab a few notecards and party invitations that don’t look like slices of a larger sheet of wallpaper — a stationery trend we’re eager to see peel off.
–Emili Vesilind

Illustrations “Palm Springs Weekend” folded notecards by Izak Zenou for Expressionery.com. Credit: Expressionery.com.


Andy Warhol Fashion

Foreword by Simon Doonan  Before he found fame as the father of Pop Art, Warhol made fashion illustrations on his kitchen table for New York's fashion tastemakers such as Neiman Marcus, I. Miller, Glamour, Mademoiselle and Harper’s Bazaar.  Thames & Hudson have collected together Andy Warhol’s delicately beautiful, colourfully playful and hugely influential fashion illustration work and put them in this brilliant little book.  A pop object in itself, Andy Warhol Fashion is a fun and gorgeous gallery of his most delightful images . These witty drawings – fanciful shoes, chic hats, smart suits and perfect accessories to match – showcase his unique ability to find inspiration in the everyday and elevate the ordinary to the extraordinary.  Sprinkled with Warhol’s perceptively funny observations – ‘When you think of it, department stores are kind of like museums’ – Andy Warhol, the book contains are insightful foreword by Simon Doonan, the internationally acclaimed window dresser.  Paperback, 256 pages, 250 colour illustrations.Foreword by Simon Doonan

Before he found fame as the father of Pop Art, Warhol made fashion illustrations on his kitchen table for New York’s fashion tastemakers such as Neiman Marcus, I. Miller, Glamour, Mademoiselle and Harper’s Bazaar.

Thames & Hudson have collected together Andy Warhol’s delicately beautiful, colorfully playful and hugely influential fashion illustration work and put them in this brilliant little book.

A pop object in itself, Andy Warhol Fashion is a fun and gorgeous gallery of his most delightful images . These witty drawings – fanciful shoes, chic hats, smart suits and perfect accessories to match – showcase his unique ability to find inspiration in the everyday and elevate the ordinary to the extraordinary.

Sprinkled with Warhol’s perceptively funny observations – ‘When you think of it, department stores are kind of like museums’ – Andy Warhol, the book contains are insightful foreword by Simon Doonan, the internationally acclaimed window dresser.

Paperback, 256 pages, 250 color illustrations.


Artist Jung Hae Sun: Korean fashion and art

Published | Bangkok Post

World-renowned South Korean artist Jung Hae Sun will showcase her fashion illustrations for the first time in Thailand at "Fashion in Art & Art in Fashion", an exhibition being held at the Atrium and Mob.F on the first and fourth floors of Siam Centre respectively, until Jan 20.World-renowned South Korean artist Jung Hae Sun will showcase her fashion illustrations for the first time in Thailand at “Fashion in Art & Art in Fashion”, an exhibition being held at the Atrium and Mob.F on the first and fourth floors of Siam Centre respectively, until Jan 20.

This is also the only chance for art appreciators and fashionistas alike to get up close and personal with the Korean fashion illustrator in a meet-and-greet session and also witness a live demonstration of her art creations, at the Atrium, 1st floor, at 6pm.

Hae Sun teaches fashion illustration art at the Seoul Women’s College. Her feminist works are held in high regard in South Korea.

She has been invited to work with many leading magazines and brands, namely Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle, Benetton, Obzee, Shinsegae, Levi’s, Lacoste, Samsung, LG and Kolon, not to mention many famous Korean designers.

She was recently invited to work her magic in Thailand with WRKRoom, a popular brand with more than 15 branches in the US and the latest  addition of Mob.F on the 4th floor of Siam Centre.

She recently joined hands with WRKRoom to  create a special  collection for the bright, young  talented musician, Saksit “Tor”  Vejsupaporn, for his latest album. This triggered a buzz on the new and impressive image of the talented singer.

The art showcase will also see the launch of the brand’s special collection called “WRKRoom: for Tor”.

A limited edition of scarves with lovely bunny prints will be on sale, with part of the proceeds going to charity. Korean fashion illustrator Jung Hae Sun presents her latest creations in ‘Fashion in Art & Art in Fashion’, an exhibition that runs until Jan 20 at Siam Centre. A meetand- greet session will be held at 6pm today.


Enjoy the work of “Julie Johnson” by visiting website.

juliejohnsonart.comJulie Johnson illustrations have appeared in Graphis, The New York Times, Andy Warhol’s Interview, Fortune Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal, plus many other publications (see client list).
Awards include:
1984 Communication Arts Illustration Annual
1994 New York Society of Illustrators “Best of Fashion Illustration
2006 Society of Illustrators Illustration Annual.
My artwork has been exhibited in galleries in San Francisco and New York City and is in the personal collection of Oprah Winfrey.
Every April and September, my fashion illustrations cover the walls of the entire 14th Street-Union Square subway station in New York City for Filene’s Basement.
Enjoy her portfolio of  fashion illustrations, book covers, magazine illustrations, portraits and drawings!

Anita Grien Representing Artists
(212) 697-6170
anita@anitagrien.com