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  • Marko Matysik is a fashion designer, illustrator and contributing editor to Vogue. Since the early 2000's he has been making personal scrap books compiled of notes, photographs and sketches of the models and designers backstage at fashion shows, aiming to record the whole process by which the model prepares to step out onto the runway. After editing the photographs, with his assistant in London, and collaging them into hardback sketchbooks these scrap books are sent to Vogue's offices around the world before being returned to the designer.  A collection of these sketchbooks have now been acquired by and housed in the V&A Museum, London.

    Graduating with honors from London St Martin’s School of Art,  Matysik began working at the Victor Edelstein atelier. Shortly after he established his own sought after luxury couture label, ''Marko Matysik''.  Alongside his work for Vogue, Marko also creates a line of ethical bespoke accessories under his label ‘Marko’ that are worn by "Madonna, Karl Lagerfeld, Donatella Versace and Daphne Guinness among others. Made from spliced, rough-cut emeralds and gems sourced in China, Uruguay, Congo and beyond, they are all set in sterling silver." 

    Marko's  fashion illustrations are internationally recognised and are highly collectable. They have graced the pages of Vogue and many other fashion bibles, examples of which can be seen at the V&A inside  his sketchbooks.