10 Fashion Illustration Blogs That Will Inspire You to Start Sketching

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Fashion photography may have trumped illustration a while back, but hand sketching is anything but dead. The blogosphere is full of talented artists who take runway looks, magazine editorials, and street style images and reinterpret them by hand into whimsical creations.

We've rounded up ten fashion illustration blogs that we adore. Click through, and prepare your eyes for a fashionable feast.

Michael Hoeweler

This young artist's illustrations are predominantly produced in black and white. This shadowy piece features Rodarte frocks from their Spring 2010 collection.

What I Saw Today

Richard Haines' blog focuses on the stylish men he sees around New York.

Fifi Lapin

What sets Fifi Lapin apart from her fellow illustrators is well, her models are rabbits! Who knew a bunny could look so chic?

Paper Fashion

Kathryn Elyse Rodgers uses watercolor and sometimes a touch of glitter to create colorful images of stylish ladies like Amanda Brooks and Jenna Lyons.

The Fashion Illustrator

This anonymous blog aggregates fashion illustrations and sketches from designers and features original drawings of runway looks.

Igor + André

You've seen Danny Roberts unique drawing style on shirts at Forever 21 and Harajuku Lovers totebags--and he's only 24.

Sabine Pieper

Sabine's gorgeous work has been seen in several recent fashion illustration books including,

The Beautiful. Illustrations for Fashion and Style as well as ELLE UK.

Birdy & Me

It takes a minute to decipher whether Australian illustrator's Kelly Smith's pieces are a photograph or drawn by hand. Her work is precise and delicate and she chooses the most stunning garments to replicate like this McQueen gown.

Garance Doré

Taking a trip to Garance's blog is always a delight thanks to her simple and ethereal sketches peppered amidst her photos.

Pippa's Workable Fixative

Pippa McManus, another fashion illustrator who hales from Australia, create both classic pieces, as seen here of Coco Rocha, as well as colorful more modern images