Most of you would have known by now that I’m in London for London Fashion Week, more specifically, for the Spring-Summer 2014 Womens Burberry Prorsum presentation that will be happening on 16 September.
And because it is anyone’s guess what Christopher Bailey will be sending down the runway come Monday afternoon, I thought it would be interesting to invite 3 talented illustrators from around the region, namely Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, to each give their interpretation of what a possible runway look could look like, based on Burberry Prorsum’s S/S14 menswear collection that was presented back in June.
Each illustrated according to the artists’ personal interpretations, you’ll find the looks drawn in their distinct personal style, each more whimsical than the next. So without further ado, here are all 3 illustrations from Ridhwan Sesapar (SG), HsulynnPang (MY) and Kitty N. Wong (HK).
Enjoy the illustrations, and if you like them, do support the artists and check out their social media platforms (as well as a short bio) which are listed below.
Hsulynn Pang (Malaysia)
Ridhwan Sesapar (Singapore)
Kitty N. Wong (Hong Kong)
About The Artists
Kitty N. Wong is a Canadian illustrator and designer living in Hong Kong. When she’s not sketching cool girls, you can find her writing on her blog or in the arts section of the local library. Follow her on Instagram to see what she’s drawing today.
Known for his beautiful and quirky sketches of online personality Olga The Cat, it’s understandable why Ridhwan Sesapar is easily one of Singapore’s most sought-after fashion illustrators who also blogs at onesixtynotepad, an online style journal.
Hsulynn Pang is a 27-year-old Malaysian freelance illustrator who aspires to be a children’s book artist. When she’s not illustrating or painting, she attempts to cook and messes the kitchen. Sometimes she wishes she had a puppy.
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