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  • 17 September 2016

Stay inspired with art and illustration. And that's exactly what unskilled worker aka Helen Downie does every time she has collaborated and worked with Gucci, Dsquared2, or McQueen - she fuels the imagination and heightens a sartorial experience. Celebrated on the gram for her striking artwork, she created original pieces for Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty exhibition last year. Bring serious fashion game to everyday scrolls when you hit follow ;)

Experience narrative fashion with Kilroy. Author of 'Menswear Illustration', Thames and Hudson, Richard also runs his own magazine, Decoy. Kilroy's work is often evocative of a photographed image yet cleverly marries the authenticity of realism. In his most recent collaboration, he worked with ten of London's foremost designers from J.W Anderson to Claire Barrow on a Star Wars project for raising money for a hospital. Take a bow Richard, while we hit up artisitic philanthropy today...

What's common between Dries Van Noten, Gucci, and Burberry? Their love for Gill Button's amazing artwork. We absolutely love the way she infuses life into each of her paintings and illustrations with the necessary punch that sartorial preferences brings to it. 

Did you spot Monse's SS17 deconstructed shirting in Thapp's work here? Read through our trend report of NYFW SS17 and you'll know what we are talking about. Still at college, Manjit Thapp's work is agile and very current. Check out her catwalk interpretations of Balenciaga and Gucci to know the distinct style that sets her apart from the rest. We can't wait to see what comes next. 


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