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Fashion Gallery 21
Rallitza's Fashion Sketches
August 2005

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Fashion Gallery 21

Rallitza's Fashion Sketches August 2005

The fashion sketches shown below are the newest sketches from Bulgarian Ralitza Dimitrova.  She is 18 years old now and has been drawing fashion sketches since she was a child.


Designs by Rallitza Dimitrova

Fashion Gallery 21 of Rallitza's Fashion Sketches August 2005 - Skirts

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Rallitza is 18 years old and from Bulgaria and is now studying international management in Milan at the Universita Bocconi.  After obtaining her BA degree in a few years time she hopes to continue with her studies and achieve a Masters in Fashion Management. 

 Spanish Inspired Clothing - Fashion Gallery 21 of Rallitza's Fashion Sketches August 2005


On this page these images have been coloured with watercolours a medium perfectly suited to the airy lightness of showing garments from silk and chiffon and with soft distressed or tie dye pattern effects.  Note how effective the watercolour is to show the floating silk scarf above.  The intensity of colour obtainable is also interesting when you compare it to pencil crayon sketches Rallitza has here.  See more water colour sketches from Rallitza here in her second new Gallery.

She enjoys fashion drawing and these 3 new gallery pages from Rallitza show how much she has improved her technique since last year.  You can see 2 pages of her earlier work here.

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Date Added 20 Sept 2005



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