Catwalk Couture: Gucci [Plates 9 & 10]

The House of Gucci is 96 years old–one of the oldest fashion houses around. And certainly one of the most recognized brands in fashion. This year’s fashions have some fun patterns that were difficult to draw, but I’m glad I challenged myself with them. Once again, these pieces all came from

I really love Ifu’s zebra shoes. And the purse with the bambo handle. I’m not good about making accessories for paper dolls, but always glad when I do.

These are the last plates with each character on their own plate. After I built the first ten, I saw it was hard to fill the plates in a way that made sense (particularly for the men due to their difference in stature).

So from here on out with this series, instead of two plates a week, it will only be one, but if I can continue to produce these at a quick clip, I might be able to post two a week after all. We’ll see, I’ve been super busy lately. Hopefully I can keep the momentum going.

Once again pieces of these plates can be mixed or layered for additional looks.

[click each black & white plate below to download a printable .pdf]

Please follow and like:
  • Julie Matthews

    I am amazed at the intricacy of these patterns! I’m so lazy about patterns 🙂 This series is really great!

    • thank you!
      and i’d never call you lazy about patterns! you inspire me! : D

  • RLC

    Love the amazing patterns on these. Especially that tiger dress, so cool! Actually, I would wear both the dresses with the neck ties if I could afford them. Sigh… This is what paper dolls are for, isn’t it? I’ve been super enjoying this series.