Lulu hosted a fashion illustration event at LANYU New York Studio at Saint Patrick’s Day, March 10th. All the attendees wore green color outfits to enjoy the great moment at LANYU’s fashion space at Flatiron in Manhattan, New York.
Lulu is a fashion illustrator living in New York, she works for Heydoyou.com as editor and illustrator for almost 3 years. She loves art and fashion. After she graduated from Fashion Institute of Technology, she started her career as a professional illustrator and blogger. Her past clients includes Euro Star, New York Fashion Week, Taoray Wang, Di Lusso, China National Radio, Joe’s Pizza, Angelika Theater and so on. She loves capturing the beautiful moments in the life and putting them on the paper!
All the people who was invited to the event had the opportunity to be illustrated a live sketch by Lulu at the event. Lulu has been working at New York Fashion Week to draw live sketches for different designers for three years. She could draw a live sketch portrait in 3 minutes! Is that amazing?!
LANYU is the namesake brand of China’s premiere luxury designer Lan Yu. Lan Yu’s design often incorporates Su embroidery – a traditional technique that has been handed down for generations in the designer’s family and is best known forits elegance, intricacy and photorealistic quality. LANYU was founded in 2005 and has offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Paris, and New York.
Girls Girls, Feathers Feathers!
LULU did live sketch at Cynthia Rowley Spring 17 presentation.
LULU’s live sketches of Australian Swim/Resort SS 2017 collections at Pier 59.
Cristina Ruales’s fashion dancing performance was very unique and creative. Instead of the traditional runway, she has the dancers wearing her new line, dancing in Cristina Ruales’ fashion atmosphere. LULU was invited as the fashion illustrator to draw her show. Here are the sketches of the fashionable dancers.
LULU with designer Cristina Ruales.
She did some celebrities’ portraits at the show.
Portrait of Purely Patricia and portrait of Stevie Boi and Bobbiette Palmer.
Portraits of the guests.
And, I saw this cutie at the show! Tinkerbelle!