SCADFASH Presents 'Unapologetic Lines'
"Unapologetic Lines" features a sizable collection of Coulon's work, including captivating portraits of fashion icons Tom Ford, Gianni Versace, Anna Wintour, Madonna and Beyoncé alongside Hollywood royalty Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Steve McQueen and Audrey Hepburn, among many others.
The fashion industry is enjoying a renaissance of fashion illustration, and Coulon has taken part in the renewal of the medium. Fashion illustration was found in all fashion magazines and newspapers as the major mode of advertising until it was replaced by photography from the 1960s onward. Recent trends have brought fashion illustration back into vogue with luxury brands.
Born in 1974, Marc-Antoine Coulon began drawing at a young age. His love of art, fashion and design became the foundation of his professional career, which began in France and Italy where he was an illustrator for the music and movie industries. Coulon has created illustrations for various European and American magazines, including Vogue, Madame Figaro, Elle, L'Officiel de la Mode, Town & Country and InStyle. He has worked with luxury brands Givenchy, John Nollet, Cartier, and Van Cleef and Arpels on advertising campaigns. His work can be seen in various exhibitions from Paris to New York. Coulon currently works and lives in Paris and is represented by Galuchat Agency, Paris.