Fashion Gallery 31 Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal
Designed in 2006
By Pauline Weston Thomas for Fashion-Era.com
Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - Gallery 31
Anne Westphal is 20 and a fashion design student in Sigmaringen, Germany. Anne told me how she lives to be creative, and 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. I will let Anne's fashion drawings speak for themselves.
Denim never goes out of fashion, and now woman choose to have whole denim
wardrobes with a selection of various leg styles in denim. Styles come round so
fast from skinny to cropped to flared that girls can keep their old jeans for
that rainy day when a style is hot again. Read about
denim jeans fashion history.
like this pretty miniskirt, and trailing floral forms, decorate all types of
garments in this summer of 2008. Jeans and denim pelmet skirts can be prettied
up with a floral sash or trim.
Fashion Drawings by Anne Westphal - Gallery 31 Designed in 2006
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, music
and jogging and having fun with her friends.
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