Fiona Gourlay has been busy providing illustrative coverage for select shows during Milan Fashion Week. Today, Gourlay will be finishing her stint as our in house illustrator, creating artworks for Giorgio Armani.
Over the weekend, Gourlay has been hard at work in our Motcomb Street studios. Bottega Veneta was the first to be pencilled by the illustrator, with the contemporary, classic silhouettes of Tomas' designs being the focus for her drawings. This was followed closely by Jil Sander with geometric mirrored detailing and traditional tailoring techniques.
Emporio Armani and Dolce & Gabbana were the final shows of the weekend which Gourlay covered. Her expressive mark making techniques and innovative use of materials provided a unique take on the textures and colours apparent in the collections.