Now Playing



Marc-Antoine Coulon is Painting the Town Bright with Unapologetic Lines at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film

From runway looks to fashion icons, Marc-Antoine Coulon’s colorful illustrations come alive in this new exhibit. 

Marc-Antoine Coulon, “Comme des Garçons” (2017, ink on paper), Vogue Paris, 21 centimeters by 29.7 centimeters
 

 

Fashion illustration is having a renaissance at fashion weeks and among the world’s top luxury brands, and ATL’s own SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film—as always—is on top of the trend. Unapologetic Lines, which runs through Jan. 27, is the first solo exhibition of Parisian illustrator Marc-Antoine Coulon’s glamorous works that highlight tastemakers such as designer Tom Ford and Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour, plus pop-culture royalty like Madonna and Queen Bey (even real royalty—keep your eyes peeled for the handsome Duke of Sussex). Coulon also captures moments on the runway in his art using a signature thick black line to underline the shape of many of his subjects—and, of course, bold washes of color to create an alluring sense of depth and movement. @scadfash