Fashion Gallery 30 Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal
Birds & Beads Collection
Designed in Year
By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com
Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - Gallery 30
Anne Westphal is 20 and a fashion design student in Sigmaringen (Germany).
Anne told me she lives to be creative and to design fashion. It is her greatest
passion. She began to draw fashion at the age of eight her dream is to
become a fashion designer. I will let Anne's work speak for itself. These are some designs Anne made in 2006.
Birds & Beads Collection - Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - 2006
Notice how Anne Westphal has cleverly incorporated organic forms into her
designs. The birds in her t-shirt designs intertwine along the curves of the
body. Anne is way ahead of many designers. These fashion drawings, which she did
in 2006, illustrate show
gladiator strapped sandals a big hit for summer trends of 2008.
Anne clearly favours the trend for small accessories such as the clutch
or dainty handbag. In mass production terms, a skirt like the pink
skirt above would probably use beading with laser cutting to create this lace edge.
Pretty bags embellished with beads add a fast glamour touch to casual clothes.
Anne Westphal has decorated her boots with patterns to suggest hardware. Her
halter top is
jewel studded and follows trends of the noughties. Beaded bags, boots, necklines
and jeans can take the place of lots of jewellery.
Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - Gallery 30 Designed in 2006
Anne Westphal the young designer who made these fashion drawing is 20.
Currently in 2008 she is a fashion design student in Sigmaringen (Germany). Anne told me she lives to be creative and to design fashion. It is her greatest passion. She began to draw fashion at the age of
eight her dream is to become a fashion designer. Her interests are of course fashion and design, also music, jogging and having fun with her friends.
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