STYLE & FASHION
They’re about my work as an illustrator in the world of fashion, like my fashion drawings for the Indian stylist Pernia Quershi or the French stylist Cristina Cordula, illustrations for magazines such as Elle India, Marie-France, Marie- Claire, BIBA, Gaël, or the fashion / fashion blogger Serendipity.
For this topic, I assemble my images relating to the Arts of living: illustrations and drawings relating to travel, love, health and well-being, gastronomy and cooking, and also a lot of social issues dealt by the magazines and the press.
These are the illustrations where beauty (often the beauty of a woman!) is honoured. There are subjects on makeup and cosmetics, manicures, beauty products, perfumes, jewellery, lingerie, but also a lot of topics about finding yourself.
These are illustrations made for authors or publishers: covers of books, novels, books of youth, cookbooks, fashion books…
A selection of my work as an illustrator for magazines such as Biba, Marie-Claire, Gaël, Pèlerin, Gala, Femme Actuelle, Parenting USA, Babytalk USA …
portfolio of illustrations where I grouped together images made for advertising campaigns or brand communication campaigns. You will find in particular posters for “Passion Beauté”, illustrations for Delsey, Lancôme, Givenchy or comics for Nestlé Waters … You can find the list of my clients on my Bio page.
Illustrating allows me, through drawing, to enrich, complete or describe a text, a concept or an idea. First I immerse myself in the subject, and then the first ideas are sketched down: these pencilled sketches will allow the author of the press article or of the book – and sometimes also its publisher, the advertising agency or artistic director – to validate the image before its colouring. Vector illustration (with software such as Illustrator) makes it possible to make slight changes in colour and design, even at advanced stages of creation. Ink illustrations, sanguine, coloured pencils, paint or watercolours do not allow this flexibility, but I love to use them !