RTW A/W 2019 / FIG Unframed
Seen through the eyes of some of the world's leading fashion illustrators and image makers, RTW A/W 2019 / FIG Unframed presents an opportunity to reconsider the shows and key looks that stood out and captured the attention of those whose medium is chalk, charcoal, pencil, pen, watercolour and wash.
Daisy de Villeneuve / FIG Unframed
Known for her playful and colour-rich portraits, Daisy de Villeneuve has made a new body of work that combines her signature felt tip technique with water colour. The head and shoulder imagery takes its inspiration from Warhol’s Tattooed Woman Holding Rose, circa 1955, and Peter Blake’s, Loelia, World’s Most Tattooed Lady, 1955.
Saturday 16th February, 2019, 10 - 7pm.
Drawing Fashion in Madrid
Image: Jean-Philippe Delhomme, 2008
Back in 2011 Madrid’s Museo ABC, Europe’s only museum dedicated to drawing and illustration, staged a show of the work of Carlos Saenz de Tejada who illustrated Paris fashion during the 1930s straight from the ateliers of Chanel, Lanvin and Schiaparelli. And now the artist’s work has inspired the museum to take a fresh look at contemporary illustrators; ‘Drawing Fashion’, which includes work from Francois Berthoud, David Downton and Mats Gustafson, opens next week.
FIGAF Edition 3
FIGAF. The world's first and only art fair dedicated to Fashion Illustration.
Italian polymath Andrea Ferolla is one half of the creative duo behind the super stylish Roman boutique, Chez Dédé, who have now created a book that celebrates the essence of their home country’s style.
Richard Bernstein is swinging back into focus thanks to a new Rizzoli monograph, Richard Bernstein Starmaker by Roger and Mauricio Padilha.
Rosie McGuinness / FIG Unframed
Sunday 16th September, 2018, 12pm - 6pm.
Helen Bullock / FIG Unframed
For one day only. Saturday, 30th June. Previously unseen work.
Tanya Ling x Araks
The London-based artist has teamed up with luxury swimwear brand Araks to produce a colour-rich capsule collection.
Richard Haines x Moore & Giles
A prolific artist is applying his elegant drawings to a new leather goods collaboration.
Fahren Feingold x Fleur de Mal
Lingerie is reimagined in this new, ethereal New York show.
What happens when the world’s most feted fashion artist looks back on two decades of shows with a new tome?
FIG flies the Nest
A Chelsea favourite is moving to the heart of the West End and FIG is moving into this stunning new concept store too.
Illustrator, designer and fashion’s favourite young polymath, Luke Edward Hall is now showing new work in Soho.
Last summer, when Luke Edward Hall was on one of the many tantalizing European trips he regularly posts on his Instagram account, he had an epiphany.
FIG X Anya Hindmarch
Image: Gill Button, 2017
Wrap up warm! For one cold night only FIG will be presenting works by four of the world's most successful women artists who are making fashion illustration today.
FIGAF Edition 2
Fashion Illustration Gallery Art Fair, Edition 2, in partnership with Yu Capital. Friday 30th June to Sunday 2nd July 2017, at The Shop at Bluebird, 350 King’s Road, Chelsea SW3 5UU.
Haines & Ling
For one night only in a hired space on Baker Street, Richard Haines from Brooklyn NYC will sharpen his pencils and cross paint brushes and wax crayons on paper with Londoner Tanya Ling.
FIGAF Edition 1
FIGAF, the Fashion Illustration Gallery Art Fair hosted at The Shop at The Bluebird, on Saturday December 10th and Sunday December 11th. The first edition of #FIGAF brings together some of the world's most brilliant artists who have created hand crafted fashion images.