Blair has breathed life into some of the must-know names in fashion and beauty right now, including Saks Fifth Avenue and Prada. Her talent has been recognized by Oscar de la Renta, Harper’s Bazaar and international magazines W Korea and Vogue Korea among many more. Blair’s illustrations exude an expressionist take on contemporary high fashion. Largely influenced by high fashion photography, Blair takes these fashion-forward photos into a whole new realm of layered watercolors and messy smudged lines. Featuring luxury designers in most of her illustrations like Mcqueen, Louis Vuitton and Prada, Blair transforms their designs into a personalized expression of them, almost as a response piece. Blair describes her process as spontaneous. She primarily uses water color and a small sketchbook. Her focus is to draw the viewer into this new quirky, abstract and chic world of fashion.

To shop Blair’s art pieces, visit her website. To follow along and see all her new pieces, follow her on Instagram @BLAIRZ

Blanda is a Swiss, contemporary artist living and working between New York and Los Angeles. In 2007 Blanda moved to New York to enroll in the School of Visual Arts (SVA) where she received the Silas H. Rhodes scholarship. Her style, a mélange of collage, printmaking, drawing and painting, drew the attention of her professors and after graduating 2010, she was snapped up by The New York Times for a coveted Art Director position. International brands including OBEY, Kiehl’s, Volvo and DC Shoes, Elena Ghisellini, TopShop and Barbara Bui have commissioned Blanda for art driven collaborations and media outlets such as Vogue, New York Magazine, Vice, WWD, Glamour Magazine, Elle and Rolling Stone have covered her work.

Follow her on Instagram @blahblahblanda

Isabelle Feliu is an illustrator originally from Québec City (Canada) who is currently based in Oslo (Norway). Having studied fashion design and merchandising, she worked as an assistant designer before I finally decided to become an illustrator. Isabelle mainly works with watercolor and gouache and her illustrations are very focused on fashion, but are also inspired by nature, animals and interiors. While she is interested in working on diverse kind of projects, it is also important for her to concentrate on personal work.

To shop her available prints and products, visit her society6 page. Check out all of her original pieces which are now available for purchase on her website. Follow her on Instagram @isabellefeliu

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