Must-See Dior Fashion Illustrations
Swedish illustrator Mats Gustafson has reinterpreted some of Dior's most iconic looks in a beautiful new Rizzoli coffee table book
Although fashion photography shapes the way fashion is perceived in the world, illustration is an alternative form of interpretation that is often overlooked. Let your mind wander with coffee-table book Dior (Published by Rizzoli, $195) filled with illustrations of Christian Dior designs by Swedish artist Mats Gustafson — sweeping watercolours capture the house’s signature silhouettes. There’s also a piece written by New Zealand-born fashion journalist Tim Blanks, who explores the relationship between artist and fashion house.
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