EINE for Louis Vuitton

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
In a long line of artist collaborations with fashion giant Louis Vuitton, UK-based EINE has recently created a scarf with the brand. Or as we just learned, a "'Giant Square' scarf, which measures an impressive 136cm x 136cm." EINE's alphabet style is emblazoned all over the scarf, spelling out things like "Louis Vuitton," and "Great Adventures." This past week, a pop-up shop opened at Selfridges on Oxford Street in the heart of London, featuring both EINE's art and the scarf collaborations. 

Ying Gao's Photoluminescent Eye Tracking Dresses

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Chinese designer Ying Gao's (NO)WHERE (NOW)HERE series features two dresses made of photoluminscent thread that are fitted with imbedded eye-tracking technology activate by a spectator's gaze. We recommend you watch the video after the jump to see them in action...

Beware of a Man's Shadow

Illustration // Monday, June 24, 2013
For our last June post on our featured topic, we hope you enjoy this intriguing animated fashion editorial, illustrated and directed by Amsterdam-based art director and illustrator Tara Dougans. Spanning the styles of multiple European designers, "Beware of a Man's Shadow," inspired by the Burmese proverb "beware of a man's shadow and a bee's sting," is a collection of pencil works featuring seven of the 2012 season's most playful menswear pieces, juxtaposing the subtle stoicism of menswear imagery with a cheeky animated wink.

Fresh Elegance by Spiros Halaris

Illustration // Monday, June 24, 2013
Spiros Halaris is a multi-disciplinary illustrator, designer, and art director. He works in a variety of media, often combining mixed media and digital aspects to several types of visuals and illustrations. The sophisticated yet sensitive way he uses his materials, playing between light and shade, color or black & white, capture the pulse and style of his subjects. So far in his career he has built up an enviable list of clients including Harrods, ELLE, Printemps, Revlon, Dolce & Gabbana, Topshop, and Tom Ford, to name a few.

Garance Dore's Fashion Savvy

Illustration // Monday, June 24, 2013
Garance Dore is a self-taught fashion photographer, illustrator, blogger, Youtube personality, and author based in New York City. Combining her delightful writings with original ink illustrations, striking photographs, and short narrative videos, Dore thoughtfully and humorously give her viewers a peek into her inquisitive and ever-observant fashion savvy mind, and her astounding versatility and ability to cross multiple mediums of communication and expression only enhances her cogent editorial and artistic offerings.

The Charming Universe of Fifi Lapin

Illustration // Monday, June 24, 2013
Since 2007, adorable fashionista bunny Fifi Lapin has taken the fashion world by storm, her trend-setting style and unique brand of fluffy chic attracting the attention of the likes of Marie Claire, Vogue, and Elle Magazine. Although the creator behind Fifi is still unknown, the stylish bunny's impact is undeniable and has led to collaborations with Top Shop, ASOS, and LeSportsac. The combination of Fifi's furry charm and the mystique surrounding her origins undoubtedly amplifies her appeal and ensures her position as a rising fashion icon. 

The Gilded Dinosaur Skeleton Installation @ Louis Vuitton, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 19, 2013
We actually like a bit of the irony in this window display. We always think that fashion house store window displays has the capacity for really great art installations, and Louis Vuitton is always at the high point of that experimentation. Taking inspiration from the Natural History Museum in Paris' Les Jardins des Plantes, the 5th Avenue storefront is now adorned with gold dinosaur skeletons, mixed with the early Fall 2013 look.

Laura Laine's Unearthly Beauty

Illustration // Monday, June 17, 2013
Laura Laine is a fashion illustrator based in Helsinki, Finland. Since completing her studies in fashion design she has been working full-time as a freelance illustrator and teaching fashion illustration. Her delicately drafted, haute couture-inspired pencil drawings walk a fine line between the elegance of high fashion and the defiant attitude of gothic fantasy, echoing the lean and lanky figures of Aubrey Beardsley. Laine's recent clients include Vogue Japan, Sephora, and H&M, and she has also exhibited work in London, NYC, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Impeccable Style by Danny Roberts

Illustration // Monday, June 17, 2013
Fashion illustrator Danny Roberts has always had an affinity for creative projects and arts & crafts, but it wasn't until just a few years ago that he decided to begin seriously practicing his art, drawing some 15 hours straight a day every day until his hands were swollen shut. Roberts' relentless cultivation of raw, natural talent has resulted in an accomplished and superb portfolio of work, as well as an impressive client list that includes Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Lovers, Forever21, Lancome, and Sundance Channel's Full Frontal Fashion.

Deanne Cheuk, April 2010

Vault // Monday, June 17, 2013
The staff was going back through some of our more design, fashion heavy features from the past few years, and we remembered how much we love the works of NYC-based art director and illustrator, Deanne Cheuk. Originally from Perth, Australia, Cheuk has done work for American Express, Dell, Lane Crawford, Levi's, Microsoft, Nickelodeon, Nokia, Nike, Converse, Olay, Sprint, Swatch, Target, MTV, Gap, Real Simple, The Guardian, T Magazine and The New York Times Magazine... and Conan. Here is our interview with the artist from April, 2010.

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