FASHION AT THE POLISH EMBASSY during FASHION WEEK PARIS When fashion week was (and still is) a mad dash to get there on time, this lovely show at the Polish Embassy in Paris, surprised the jaded crowd. Here I captured the runway images right from my iphone. It was remarkable how elegant and simple the […]
Author: Artifice Paris, The Paris Adventuress
ARTIFICE is a film, television and commercial stylist with a background in arts and culture and film/media. In addition, her independent agency develops writing projects, blogs and bring together luxury brands with charity fundraising. Recently merged with Kaleidoskope Media (kaleidoskopetravel.com) a travel media platform. The platform aims to raise awareness and fundraise while curating travel experiences around the world with sustainable travel Tips + Hacks.
These images are from the depths of the sketchbook and portfolio archive, for some costumes that were created for shows, projects and concept sketches for meetings. They range in style, but always I feel comfortable with lines and color, rather than form or function. The function comes later when the costume itself becomes a pattern […]
Some of our favorites from our Portfolio Archive, projects, concepts + artwork from our recent and past project slates. From educational Software concept collages to the Magic Flute costumes. Our archives are open to share some of the projects from the Hollywood Years. A concept creation for an online education software program for children.
Description of Techniques: This type of Fashion Illustration starts with a photograph or image or inspiration; the technique used here was to overlay the original image with a digital painting program. This creates the life of an original painting or sketch, adding depth to create the story of the fashion look. I use photos + […]
What a difference a day makes. Fashion style on the street and from the front rows on behalf of magazine JUSTLUXE.com from Paris 2017-2018. Can’t wait for the upcoming seasons in 2018! All photos are by me except where noted.
Illustrations Credits: Peer Gynt, Merchant of Venice, Chekov Ivanov All School Projects from Portfolio – Carnegie Mellon University MFA Program
American Ballet Theater: “Romeo and Juliet” These silk capes were hand draped of silk and hand sewn embroideries, each cape was unique and covered the dancers in this world tour American Ballet Theater Production. A grand reveal of the ball costumes completed the moment on stage. Designer: Rouben Ter -Arutunian Photo is courtesy of Martha […]