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Chloé Spring 2017

Another black and white look but, this time I handled my Chloé sketch through digital tools. I focused my attention on depcting the light that cames out from this dress, spread by the lovely contranst between those archetypical colors. Actually it is a second vesrion, because the drawing originally borned as a marker sketch (which is on my Instagram). It was a long time since I used markers, probably since when I used them to design my collections at the fashion school. Even if I prefer a thoughtfull approach, I like the spontaneity that inscribes markers’ strokes and I think that I would practice more them for sketching handly. Meanwhile, I let that the Chloé lady wishes you a lovely day!



“In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present”. Francis Bacon



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