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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Title
Contents
Introduction to Fashion Illustration
Part 1: The Emerging Masters
	Zoë Taylor
	Masha Karpushina
	Adriana Krawcewicz
	Sarah Beetson
	Audria Brumberg
	Kitty N. Wong
	Sarah Hankinson
	Pippa McManus
	Wendy Plovmand
	Silja Götz
	Niki Pilkington
	Gerardo Larrea
	Yaeko Abe
	Luis Tinoco
Part 2: The Icons
	Danny Roberts
	Jad Baghdadi
	Michael Hoeweler
	Samantha Hahn
	Stina Persson
	LULU*
	Julie Johnson
	Nuno Da Costa
	Lovisa Burfitt
	Will Broome
	Caroline Andrieu
	Autumn Whitehurst
	Erin Petson
Contributor Index
Glossary of Terms
	A
	B
	C
	E
	G
	I
	U
	M
	P
	R
	S
	V
About the Author
Acknowledgments
Sketch Your Own Fashions
                        
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Lag na Nig el, California, USA

THE BEAUTY OF IMPERFECTION:
DANNY ROBERTS

Danny Roberts creates his illustrations using a technique called blind contour, which involves
looking at the paper as little as possible and instead keeping his gaze on the inspiration piece.
He uses pen, ink, watercolors, and mixed media for his illustrations. Roberts is known for the
special quality of his line work. His lines are con dent; some play with size—he makes them
thicker or thinner for added dimension—and some play with edges—which are seemingly
invisible or un nished, allowing the viewer’s imagination to ll in the rest. Color is often an
afterthought for Roberts. “For the most part, I think and visualize in black and white,” he says.
“My use of color is very di erent depending on the piece. I usually use it as a tool to highlight
or contrast parts of the piece.”

For the most part, I think and
visualize in black and white.

Danny Roberts, who along with his brother David is the creative team behind Igor +
Andre, began illustrating while in college. In a short time, the native Californian’s
work has been featured in some of the most elite fashion magazines in the world,
including Teen Vogue, Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Vogue Japan, Elle, and Women’s Wear Daily.
While still in his twenties, he forged deals with some of the biggest names in fashion,
illustrating a line of Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku Lover’s handbags and forming a part-
nership with Forever 21 that showcased his fashion illustrations of bloggers on T-shirts.
He also worked with IMG Models to illustrate the fresh faces debuting in an upcoming
runway season.

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An idea is just a dream
when trapped in your
head, but it becomes a
reality when you put it
down on paper.

— Leslie S. Christen,
stylist and fashion
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