Up-to-the-minute survey of contemporary menswear illustration, by top menswear illustrator Richard Kilroy. Bringing together forty of the most versatile creative talents from around the world. From the exuberant street sketches of Richard Haines, drawn then and there on the streets of New York, to the delicate drawings of Cédric Rivrain for Lanvin, or the bold graphic approach of Donald Urquhart, these groundbreaking talents are expanding our perceptions of the modern man.
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Thames and Hudson Ltd (2015)
Dimensions: 18.8 x 2.8 x 24.1 cm
Includes a 20-page introduction, tracing the evolution of menswear illustration from the 19th century to the present day.
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British fashion illustrator Richard Kilroy combines photorealism with abstract figuration and colour. Having worked with a variety of fashion houses and publications, in 2010 Kilroy was appointed as one of five illustrators by Christian Dior and Somerset House to produce original works for the "Dior Illustrated: René Gruau and The Line of Beauty” exhibition. In 2013 the V&A museum acquired ten Kilroy illustrations, which now reside in their permanent collection.