The award-winning Clym Evernden has become synonymous with both an inky, spontaneous style and with names like Net-A-Porter, Vanity Fair and Vogue. Lucky for those who are fans of both art and fashion, Evernden was sitting front row at the spring/summer 2015 shows for Prada, Public School, Y-3, Raf Simons, Paul Smith, and more.
Fashion illustrators, such as Evernden and Richard Haines are little-known mainstays of the runways and presentations that populate Paris, London, Milan, and New York City fashion weeks, sketching and painting signature reinterpretations of the lines, on-site. As fashion presents obvious crossover with the design world, these artists are essential in going beyond the pieces themselves and providing insight into the art direction at the root of designers' imaginations.
Flip through the illustrations above for a look at fashion week through Evernden's eyes.