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Oooh La La in Paris! Fashion Illustration

Good morning gorgeous. Happy Flash Back Friday Fashion Illustration! For this collection my instructor said we could either make a Holiday collection or any other type of collection. Well what do you know I really wanted a sexy collection I thought of Victoria Secrete as inspiration. This was going to be my lingerie collection entitled “Oooh La La in Paris.” This collection is by far my favorite! I was really inspired I had a vision. For this collection the fabrics I used were silk, sheer fabric, and lace. The color palette was black and white.

The back story: when I think of Paris I think about how exotic it must be and how it is known to be a romantic place to be. So with that said I decided one night in Paris with your significant other! I wanted the lingerie to be unique and sexy. The poses are flirty and give off a pin up style vibe.

Design number one: we will call her Rapunzel, since her hair is blonde and super long. She is wearing a corset night gown, the feathers underneath the skirt makes it seem as it could be a tutu. The styling is kept minimal; she has smokey eye shadow with red cherry lips, adorn with a rose. Her pose is exaggerated along with her long pony tail.

Design number two: she is wearing a corset with a sheer underlay and matching panties. Her accessories include fish net stockings, a vintage hat with netting and feathers. I really wanted to add some color and made her hair bright red. I pretty much kept the same make-up. For her pose I sat her on a little cushion chair.

Design number three: she is wearing a matching two piece set; the bra has an integrated necklace and hanging beads along the back. It is paired with ruffle panties. Her accessories include long white gloves, and lace stockings. Her makeup was kept the same as the other two. She is rocking the latest hair rollers on her hair lol and her hair color is a deeper red.


Material used: prisma markers, prisma color pencil, black pen,
 

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