These stylish artworks are by some of the world’s leading fashion illustrators (and you can buy them)

The Fashion Illustration Gallery has opened its doors as gallery-in-residence at Chelsea concept store, The Shop at Bluebird.


The Fashion Illustration Gallery (FIG) is now the gallery in residence at Chelsea concept store The Shop at Bluebird.

A carefully curated, changing display of works comprising prints, drawings, collages and paintings made by the world’s leading fashion illustrators is being exhibited and available to buy.

The 10,000 square foot space of the The Shop at Bluebird is located at 350 King’s Road, London. The Grade II listed Art Deco garage was built for the Bluebird Motor Company in 1923, inspired by Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record-breaking vehicles.

Over the coming months and into 2016, through a series of special projects, events and exhibitions, FIG will provide Bluebird customers, FIG aficionados and the general public alike, the opportunity to view some of the very best fashion illustrations made today.

There is no entrance fee and FIG said the gallery will also offer an education in who’s who and what to collect by the very best in the fashion field.

Artwork by Gladys Perint Palmer


Works are available through FIG by David Downton (Green Eyes, pictured), Tanya Ling, Gladys Perint Palmer, Hiroshi Tanabe, Richard Haines, Mats Gustafson, Francois Berthoud, Jean-Phillippe Delhomme and Richard Gray.

Artwork by Tanya Ling

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Artwork by Gladys Perint Palmer


Artwork by David Downton


Artwork by Tanya Ling

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Artwork by David Downton


Artwork by Richard Haines