In case you’re wishing NYFW could have lasted longer than just a week (because who isn’t?), well, some of your favorite designs can indeed live on forever. Chic Sketch illustrated the best NYFW moments, so you can relive them over and over again without having to buy the clothes or keep the runway images permanently loaded on your computer.
Featuring drawings replicating looks seen on the DVF, Rag and Bone, and Givenchy S/S16 runway shows, illustrator Emily Brickel was able to capture some of the most beautiful designs shown throughout the week. One of her best drawings, in my opinion, features the stunning face masks that Pat McGrath created for the memorable Givenchy show. Recreating their magic using paper and drawing utensils couldn't have been an easy feat, but Bricknel managed to make her illustration just as lovely as the real life look.
If you download the Chic Sketch app, you can have any of your outfits turned into fashion illustrations, too. Can’t get enough of seeing these clothes brought to life on paper? Have multiple OOTD sketches created in your honor. It could be the closest you’ll get to having your outfit captured by a street style photographer, but since NYFW has come and gone, it’ll definitely do. Because these drawings are gorgeous.
Diane Von Furstenberg
This illustration captures the colorful aspects of DVF's runway looks.
Just look at the intricate detailing.
Who could forget Kendall Jenner on the runway?
Rag and Bone
So sleek, even in drawing form.
There's so much movement, even in this two-dimensional format.
The line work here is incredible.
This look was so gorgeous in person, it was begging to be turned into an illustration.
The texture here is incredible.
It wouldn't be an accurate depiction of NYFW without catching Kendall Jenner on the runway.
Download the Chic Sketch app to get your own fashion illustrations that capture your best looks, because NYFW's got nothing on you!
Images: Emily Brickel/Chic Sketch (9)