Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Elizabeth Peyton, Another Man SS17

Exclusive artwork by Elizabeth Peyton, accompanying photographs of Elias Bender R√łnnenfelt for Another Man's latest issue.

















Monday, 12 June 2017

Frida Wannaberger

The charming solemnity of Frida Wannaberger's drawings continues to garner attention and praise. Reflected in recent commissions for SHOWstudio and Pringle of Scotland, Wannaberger's figures are identifiable for their aloof stance and beautifully awkward expression, their faces seemingly expressionless and yet pained, questioning or curious through the shape of their eyes and eyebrows, muted calm colors and background tones befitting of this mood. Usually working to an A4 or A3 size, viewing the work in person invites closer examination to appreciate the super fine delicacy and linework used to create this.

Recommended: Fashion Flora exhibit at SHOWstudio featuring Frida closes 22nd July, more info here.

Dries Van Noten Spring Summer 1993, for SHOWstudio



Below, Frida Wannaberger for Pringle of Scotland SS17. Text from Pringle of Scotland website.

Pringle of Scotland has long admired the work of illustrator Frida Wannerberger. We first invited her to our Spring/Summer ’17 show to illustrate the collection’s key looks, and we were delighted to have her back for Autumn/Winter ’17 to illustrate three women’s and three men’s looks in her own unique style.
Frida has always had an intense love for fashion. She trained at Central Saint Martins and after graduating produced merchandise imagery for the IsabellaBlow: FashionGalore! exhibition at Somerset House. She was also invited as fashion week illustrator-in-residence at Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio. On top of all her project work Frida is a visiting lecturer on the BA Fashion Illustration Course at London College of Fashion.