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24 March 10

Beautiful illustrations by Cédric Rivrain for the SS10 Maison Michel look book. A perfect example of mixing illustration with product shots to make something much more interesting that the standard bored-model-against-white-background snoozefest often seen in look books.

Also, damn I wish I could pull off a boater!

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I love it.

PS: Your Swedish readers wonder; what is a boater?

Sofia replied about 10 years ago.

it’s a straw hat like in the 6th picture :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boater

kris atomic replied about 10 years ago.

Thank you :)

Sofia replied about 10 years ago.

it’s really smart the use of illustrations for a look book i think.. and this looks really great.

g replied about 10 years ago.

Wow, I’ve never seen an illustrated look book before. I love that concept!

riley replied about 10 years ago.

Wow wow wow. This is beautiful and definitely an original idea.

Anna replied about 10 years ago.

Wow…. thanks for posting these! Gorgeous and very inspirational! x

han replied about 10 years ago.

I love these images, they are oh so beautiful!

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Clare replied about 10 years ago.

wow, that guy is stellar at drawing!

caitlin shearer replied about 10 years ago.

Absolutely gorgeous! Especially the last illustration, the ‘fabric’ truly stands out!
xx

Brigadeiro replied about 10 years ago.

these are awesome! the objects do bring a life!

thais replied about 10 years ago.

Holy wow! Those are incredible! I can’t peel my eyes away.

Krissy ♥ replied about 10 years ago.

Hot damn these are so good. I love the idea of an illustrated lookbook and I like the use of different coloured backgrounds. Faaaaaaantastic. Thanks for sharing x

Nedda Ebo replied about 10 years ago.

those are stunning, and remind me a bit of Andrew Wyeth, with a twist. Thanks for sharing those. I would love to see more of this illustrators work.

Elizabeth Mackey replied about 10 years ago.

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