// Wardrobe Mistress

A couple of months ago I was approached by the lovely Francesca Salih (formerly from Net-a-Porter) to do some illustrations for her new London-based online luxury fashion brand Wardrobe Mistress. The brief was very clear: create a character to represent the brand. She should be chic and fashionable, but also fun.

Wardrobe Mistress launched last week, so the secret is finally out! Without further delay, let me introduce you to our dear and very own Willow Magic:

In addition to developing Willow, I was also asked to create different scenarios for her, which was such a delight. These images are being used to illustrate the different sections of the Wardrobe Mistress website. Here they are:

This was such a fun project, I loved every second of it. Francesca and the guys at Kandi Media (the web designers) were a joy to work with.

I am very proud of the final results and of Wardrobe Mistress. It is a true labor of love and a fantastic company. Not only can you buy designer items on their website, you can also sell your own treasures. They also offer a number of really great style services. The Wardrobe Detoxing and the Look Books are my two favorites.

Do take a look at their website. I must warn you though, it’s very tempting: www.wardrobemistress.co.uk

Lots of love from Lisbon.

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