Fashionsketcher!

Well, I’m Diego Cadena and I’m 16 years, Wannabe Fashion Designer, COLOMBIAN!

Amateur Fashion Illustrator,.. Love Dior, McQueen, Chanel, Versace & Elia Saab..
Love Drawing and Sketching Runway Looks
I Hope You Like my Work ;) XOXO FashionSketcher!

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Art! You can scarcely pick up a magazine or newspaper these days without coming across something about the volatility of the art world

Deconstruction, trompe l’oeil, collage, bricolage—this Chanel collection was a fest of art processes. You never get the sense that Lagerfeld is pushing himself; he makes everything look much too easy for that. 

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Picture Grace Jones in one of her iconic hoods. That’s what Donatella Versace did as she was designing her new Atelier Versace collection. “She left a sign as a strong, powerful woman, a power goddess¨.

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"The Ice Queen and her court"  The designer could barely gasp one word to define her intent: “Icy.” But it wasn’t really that cold. What Burton designed had a blurry-edged softness, which came from the fur that lined hems, cuffs, and shoulder seams. 

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Some of My Fashion Designs!
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"Nature is the most inspiring teacher," said John Galliano, after a show that was a hymn to all things floral.

Part of his research involved studying real flowers, spending an hour watching the light change on a parrot tulip, for instance. That partly explained the collection’s wonderful colors, especially the vibrancy of the dégradé effects.

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Atelier Versace - Spring Summer 2012

Donatella Versace has been making headlines for months with her collection for the fast-fashion retailer H&M. She put the focus on the other end of her fashion spectrum the made-to-measure Atelier Versace range, This Time Inspired by Glamazoons!

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Prada Spring Summer 2011 By Muccia Prada

Only Miuccia Prada could attach a label like “Minimal Baroque” to a collection whose references ranged from hospital scrubs to seventeenth-century cherubs to Jazz Age superwoman Josephine Baker.