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Kerrie Hess, fashion illustration & cake

“I’m feel like a Melbourne girl at heart”. Yesterday I took my tea with a side of style; as Parisian-based fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess returned home to Australia to launch her collaboration with the Langham Hotel. This will be latest in a series of the hotel’s signature high teas as

Louis Vuitton x Kerrie Hess

Fresh from designing a series of tote bags for charity, Kerrie Hess has been drawing up a fun new project. Louis Vuitton has commissioned the Melbourne-born fashion illustrator to create paper dolls in conjunction with stylist (and Harper’s Bazaar UK editor at large) Kim Hersov. The ‘Ready-to-cut’ project features four dolls with

Fashion Illustrator Kerrie Hess for Myer

The resumé of Melbourne-born, Parisian-based fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess boasts a dream client list including Kate Spade, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Net-A-Porter and Vogue magazine. Kerrie’s latest project is closer to home as she has drawn designs for a trio of tote bags for department store Myer. The bags will raise funds

The Ethics of Style

By Joseph Jang

The Light Factory Gallery presents The Ethics of Style, an exhibition on in fashion promoting the ideal that aesthetics do not have to be sacrificed for ethics. Australian illustrators – some based in in New York or Paris – such as Kerrie Hess, Patsyfox, Caitlin Shearer, Michel Canetti, Edwina White

L’Avion presents the ‘Melbourne scarf’

London, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Sydney… Melbourne. Some of the most fashionable cities in the world feature on Australian accessories label L’Avion‘s 100% silk scarves. Now the Melbourne scarf has joined their twinkling skylines in a collaboration with illustrator Kerrie Hess (unlikely you’ve have heard of her work with such unknowns as