本區邀請到透過水彩輕逸渲染女子神韻的鬼才GARY TU塗至道、使用日本傳統筆墨工具揉合創新技法勾勒美人風采的OHGUSHI、精準臨摹時裝模特姿態神情的Samantha Hahn、體現結合中西文化價值觀的臺裔美籍插畫家Nina Edwards黃致彰、在虛實之間解構女性萬種風情的LIZARD施易亨，以及萬紅叢中一點綠的型男刻劃家Seungwon Hong。來自不同國家且風格各異的插畫家，如何以靈動筆觸捕捉伸展臺抑或是街頭上瞬息萬變的時尚身影，從中是否得以窺見時尚不變且相同的本質？值得緩下腳步，細細咀嚼。
Compared with photography which is an instant record of reality, illustration is a relatively slow and more subjective form of observation and expression. No matter how fast the world goes, the artistic expressiveness of illustration in fashion has always been irreplaceable.
In this section, we are joined by GARY TU, a genius who renders the enchantment of women through watercolor; OHGUSHI, who uses traditional Japanese tools of brush pen and ink to depict the beauty of women in combination with innovative techniques; Samantha Hahn, who can precisely imitate the posture and expression of fashion models in her paintings, Nina Edwards, a Taiwanese-American illustrator who embodies the values of Chinese and Western cultures; LIZARD, who deconstructs the various charms and styles of women in virtuality and reality; and Seungwon Hong, his work themed male fashion has stood out in the world of fashion illustration. How do illustrators from different countries and with various styles capture the ever-changing fashion figures on the street or the runway vividly with their painting brushes? Does it give a glimpse into the unchanging and identical nature of fashion? It's all worth slowing down our steps to be savored.
GARY TU 塗至道