Fashion and Textile Museum :: Exhibitions - recent - Daisy de Vileneuve
Exhibitions - recent - Daisy de Vileneuve Print

Daisy de Villeneuve ‘Not You Again'

June - September 2004

The Fashion and Textile Museum was delighted to announce the first major solo exhibition of fashion illustrator, Daisy de Villeneuve in June 2004. The museum is committed to profiling new, up and coming talent.

Born in London in 1975, Daisy studied fashion and fine art both in New York and Paris. Graduating from Parsons School of Design in 1999 she wrote and illustrated two books, ‘He Said She Said’ (2001) and ‘I Told You So’ (2003) published by Pocko Editions.She curated a successful group show at the hip gallery Rivington Arms in New York and has appeared in numerous group shows worldwide. She regularly contributes to magazines such as the Observer Magazine, Cheap Date, Very, Kilimanjaro, British Vogue and The Guardian Weekend as both a writer and illustrator, and is currently working in partnership with TopShop to create her own illustrated range of products titled, ‘Daisy de Villeneuve for TopShop’.

Her style is synonymous with naïve art and juxtaposed with her text, which delves deep into the psyche of relationships provides a new dimension to the aesthetics of conetemporary fashion illustration.

Event supported by: Opening reception supported by: Asahi Beer Flash Light
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