Nadeesha Godamunne – a Fashion Illustrator with Many Styles

An interview with Nadeesha Godamunne, a full time in-house fashion illustrator/colorist at Ralph Lauren in New York has been featured in the Huffington Post.

The fashion illustrator from New Zealand constantly reminds herself “to keep pursuing and excelling”.

“I experiment with certain styles and mediums depending on the way I feel, and try not to let the things around me dictate me”.

The 27 year-old, who grew up in New Zealand completed a fashion design degree at the Auckland University of Technology, where her final collection won the Mittelmoda award amongst other prizes.

For her own label and blog Mokshini, she “envisions a collection of prints and textiles for merchandise, and collaborations with leading brands, fashion houses and retail stores to capture characters (she) could illustrate”.

The fashion illustrator from New Zealand constantly reminds herself “to keep pursuing and excelling”.

“I experiment with certain styles and mediums depending on the way I feel, and try not to let the things around me dictate me”.

The 27 year-old, who grew up in New Zealand completed a fashion design degree at the Auckland University of Technology, where her final collection won the Mittelmoda award amongst other prizes.

For her own label and blog Mokshini, she “envisions a collection of prints and textiles for merchandise, and collaborations with leading brands, fashion houses and retail stores to capture characters (she) could illustrate”.

Article Source: Huffington Post, Adebukola Ajao, April 27, 2015.

Image Source: glowlikeamofo.com


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