Twenty Two got the special opportunity to learn a bit more about The LoopCycle, a brand new sustainable fashion project at UC Berkeley, from founders Michelle Lowe and Jessica Schoefer.
While scouring the web per usual, I found quite a diverse bunch of fashion illustrators. Hailing from as far north as Toronto and as south as Buenos Aires, these artists dabble in several art forms, including watercolor, embroidery, graphic design, and even costume design.
While some of their work is rather straightforward, albeit with a shade of irony, others have created a portfolio of cheeky or downright surreal work. What they do have in common is that their work relates to fashion in one way or another. Bottom line: they’re all sketchpad approved.
The Sunday Best is a weekly wrap-up of the greatest things that happened this week in art, entertainment, fashion, food, the interwebs, and sustainability. Church clothes optional.
Here’s a sneak peek of what we have in store for you this week: gorgeous abstract expressionist paintings, Mindy Kaling’s new pilot, and fried pickle chips.
What do you get when you ask the same questions to an entrepreneur, a women’s wear designer, and three fashion bloggers? A new interview series called Ask The Panel.
I’ve rounded up some of the most awesome people I know and asked them fashion-related questions for your viewing pleasure. We’ll start the series with the following mind-boggler: What are you most excited to wear for spring?
Stay tuned for more installments of Ask The Panel in the coming weeks.