Fashion Gallery New - 28
Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - Gallery 28
Anne Westphal is 20, and a fashion design student in Sigmaringen, Germany. Anne told me how she lives to be creative, and that to design fashion is her greatest passion. She began to draw fashion at
the age of eight, and her dream is to become a fashion designer.
designs that Anne made in 2008. You can see more of her lovely fashion designs for
2007 here, and also two more pages for
2006 here. I will now let Anne's work speak for itself.
Skirts Are Back - Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - 2008
With skirts back in fashion, Anne has designed outfits that show
skirt styles with greater volume and fullness, just like these above and below.
Tiered skirts are a mainstay of girly teen-fashion this summer 2008 season.
Anne has cottoned on to a variation of the
dhoti trouser trend as these harem-look pants show, see above.
Anne Westphal the young designer who made these fashion drawing is 20.
Currently in 2008 she is a fashion design student in Sigmaringen, Germany. Anne told me she lives to be creative and to design fashion. It is her greatest passion. She began to draw fashion at the
age of eight her dream is to become a fashion designer. Her hobbies are of course fashion and design, also music, jogging and having fun with her friends.
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