Fashion Illustration: Drawing the catwalk

In this 2-day workshop learn to create digital fashion sketches inspired by Naomi’s most iconic catwalk moments

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+44 (0)20 7942 2000
  • Saturday, 27 – Sunday, 28 July 2024

  • V&A South Kensington

    Cromwell Road
    London, SW7 2RL

  • Digital Studio

  • Tickets cost £160.00 - £200.00

    All materials provided.

Fashion Illustration: Drawing the catwalk photo
From her legendary walk to her instantly recognisable profile, Naomi is arguably the most influential model of her time. In this 2-day workshop, you will take a journey through her style and 40-year career, learning to recreate haute couture looks from the runways of London, Paris, Milan and New York, finally taking away a stunning digital fashion illustration. 

Begin with the basics of drawing the fashion figure and tips for capturing the essence of a pose and outfit. You will then develop foundational drawing and observation skills through practical sketching exercises around the museum, familiarising yourself with figure drawing and the core elements required to depict movement and mood. Finally, with Naomi’s legendary figure in mind, you will illustrate bespoke designs inspired by the pieces displayed within the exhibition and digitise your sketches using the Procreate app. This course will simplify the fashion sketch while equipping participants with techniques to develop their own style and approach, finally taking away the beginnings of your very own digital fashion sketchbook

Please note:
- This workshop includes sketching by hand as well as using iPads
- All materials including iPads, Apple Pencils and the illustration application Procreate are provided
- Suitable for beginners and limited to 16 attendees
- Attendees must be 18+


Workshop led by Yéga: 

YÉGA is a British-Nigerian fashion artist whose client list includes British Vogue, Vogue Arabia, Maison Ladurée, Boghossian, Fashion Trust Arabia, Jennifer Chamandi London and The Dubai Mall. 
Her blended cultural heritage greatly influences her eclectic style, often featuring intricate line work, patterns, bold colour palettes and her favourite subject- the human figure. Working predominantly with fine liner pens and digital colour, she also frequently experiments with watercolours, markers and acrylic paint.

In 2020, YEGA founded Fashion Illustration Africa to encourage knowledge sharing between Western and African illustrators.
https://studioyega.com/

Header image: Image by YÉGA