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Fashion Drawing Gallery 6
Fashion Sketches by Lola,
Brittany, Nichole, Stephanie
 and Jada.

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Fashion Drawing Gallery 6
Fashion Sketches by Lola, Brittany, Nichole, Stephanie and Jada.

This is a mixed page of fashion sketches by Lola, Brittany, Stephanie and Jada.

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Fashion by Brittany

Fashion sketch of girl in purple flared trousers.

Fashion by Lola

 Fashion sketch of woman in black and white print jacket and white trousers. 


Fashion by Nichole

Fashion sketch of halter top and long skirt.


Fashion by Nichole

Fashion sketch of straight evening dress with floral train .

Fashion by Stephanie

Here is a lively fashion sketch I received from Stephanie.  This is always a clever technique to have both long and short versions of ideas on the same page, making the sketch have a longer fashion life.  The aggressive stances give it a very now feel.

Fashion sketch of 4 women in various outfits.

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Stephanie lives near Manchester, England in Britain studying fashion, art and design at college.  She really enjoys designing clothes for herself and others. She can't wait to get out there and design more for the world!   She has already been asked to design some outfits for a company. 



Fashion by Jada

Jada Berry is also 17 and lives in California, USA.  She loves to design clothes and is inspired by designers such as Vera Wang and Roberto Cavalli. 

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Fashion sketch of yellow evening dress.

fashion sketch of 3 women in mixed outfits.

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