Last year I was commissioned by Zara Simon to illustrate her new ‘Metropolis‘ Collection for the 2017 launch and lookbook. It was a pretty intense commission as there were so many pieces to draw, and because the illustrations would be used by both buyers and customers they had to be fairly accurate yet a creative illustration.
I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project and I’m so happy with the results. Thank you for commissioning me Zara!
I have picked out a few of my favourite pieces from the collection below…
Ibiza Diamond Ring
Ibiza Rainbow Diamond Ring
Opal Fruit Earrings
The full set of illustrations for the Metropolis collection can be found here.
Scarlett Josse x House of Spring ‘When Art Meets Fashion‘
I was commissioned by House of Spring to create a set of illustrations telling the story of how their shoes go from idea to reality in, ‘The Journey of your Shoe‘.
House of Spring have also asked me to collaborate with them on another set of illustrations. This second set of illustrations were all about capturing the quality and craftsmanship behind the brand. Hopefully you will be seeing more from this brand collaboration in the near future!
I was also interviewed in a few questions by the lovely HOS team, find the original interview here.
In the workshop
The House of Spring tote
The Portobello Loafers
I was commissioned by Fenwick to illustrate their ‘stationery’ themed Half Term Campaign. The illustrations were used online and in-store across the UK.
Here is an edited pick of my stationery illustrations.
I truly loved creating these illustrations. Thank you for having me to illustrate again Fenwick!
I’m so exciting to reveal the final illustrations for the new Delage windows!
The Freda Mini in Celladon
Lulu and Frenchie
The Freda Mini illustration in the front window
The ‘Lulu & Frenchie’ illustration in the side window
Meet our Experts AW16
I was commissioned again by Fenwick to illustrate for their second beauty event, ‘Meet our Experts‘. Some illustrations stayed but the overall palette was changed to have more of an autumnal feel. These illustrations were featured online and in-store like the first event ‘Meet the Experts‘ in March.
I was commissioned by Delage to create their Sale signage for their Summer Sale. This included creating a little map so customers could find the Delage London Boutique and a bit of brush lettering!
The signage was also used in neighbouring businesses that Delage collaborates with.
I was commissioned by Dinny Hall to illustrate her new store on the King’s Road. The illustration was used for promotional material, the opening night invite and hangs proudly in the the boutique.
Read all about the event here.
I was commissioned by the lovely couple, Jemma & Morgan to illustrate their wedding venue, Priston Mill Tythe Barn. The illustration was used on their wedding invitations and order of service.
Congratulations Mr & Mrs Anning!
Flat Lay by Lucy Alice.
Wear and Where?
If you’re someone who always likes to dress to impress, whether doing a spot of shopping, heading out for a bite to eat or soaking up some culture at a gallery, then it can sometimes be a little tricky to gauge what the dress code should be. But help is at hand…We’ve spent some time deciding what our perfect outfit for every occasion and first up is the art gallery, where you want to play it smart but comfy.
There’s nothing worse than getting too warm when stomping around the city’s best galleries, so layering is a must. We love this comfy APC Denim shirt, perfect to throw on with a pair of jeans and a jumper.
A cross-body bag that only has room for our essentials is a no-brainer, as you don’t want to be weighed down all day. This quirky MuaMua number is our go-to, and is totally Instagram-worthy!
And most importantly, no feet would be complete without a pair of comfy trainers. Make sure every step is taken in comfort and in style by wearing your trusty Converse.
*This post originally appeared on the Cellardoor Magazine website.