A mature mash up, Ports 1961 took prints and suiting to the next level – beautiful cut outs, draped in elegance with a powerful woman vibe throughout.
From the frufru fun of BOF China Prize Winner Caroline Qiqi’s designs which gave attitude and strength in pairing with couture delicacy in its details. To Shu Shu Tong who showed us the devil is in the detail. From spray paint prints to letterbox red continual highlights via statement earrings and frilled headpieces it was a feed of inspiration.
From his textiles to his voluminous cuts, Richard’s clothes are brought to life by life as such – his woman can’t not feel confident and bright whilst wearing his fuzzy knits, balloon sleeves and immaculate tailoring.
Recent work | Evening Standard | Fashion illustrator Megan St Clair live illustrates London Fashion Week AW19
Fashion illustrator Megan St Clair live illustrates London Fashion Week AW19
‘You have no time to think, you just have to draw’– read the full article on Evening Standard Insider
Xander Zhou AW19 drawn live by Megan St Clair at London Fashion Week Mens.
Dior Homme AW19 drawn live at the press re-see by Megan St Clair at Paris Fashion Week Mens.
CMMN SWDN AW19 drawn live by Megan St Clair at Paris Fashion Week Mens.
With the menswear circuit now coming to a close with NYFWMens around the corner – I’ve rounded up some of my favorite looselines captured during… Read More »Looselines on loosesheets | Paris Fashion Week Mens AW19