We can interpret Fashion Week looks every which way, but it's Friday and we'd much rather kick back to appreciate a solid batch of pictures that simply remind us just how beautiful this past month has been. Brooklyn-based Bernadette Pascua captures looks from the presentations in New York, Milan, Paris, and London in a new collection of illustrations. The immensely-talented artist, whose clients include Christian Dior, Lizzie Fortunato, and 3.1 Phillip Lim, found inspirations in the appearance of pristine whites that floated down the runways of shows like Jil Sander, Miu Miu, and Acne. The crisp shade strikes a chord with us as well, featured on pale, muted palettes with brilliantly-bright accent colors. No more runways, no more shows (for now). Just click through for a little pre-weekend, post-Fashion Week illustration inspiration.
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