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Over the last two decades, the exceptionally talented and stylishly quirky illustrator Izak Zenou has forged a reputation as one of the globes most prolific fashion illustrators. His love of women, fashion and style icons such as Audrey Hepburn and Ines de la Fressange inspire his whimsical imagery. Izak’s effortless, visionary style conveys a breezy and fresh, yet elegant and enchanting view of every day life. Whether his distinctive characters are meeting for cocktails with girlfriends, taking a stroll through the park or shopping with their puppies in tow, each vignette boasts Izak’s optimistic and confident vision of the world.
Izak has lent his optimistic, colorful and fresh fashion authority to a diverse range of advertising, promotional and editorial clients across the globe. With every flawless stroke of his brush, he captures the essence of each brand that he collaborates with. Some of these illustrious clients include, Sephora, who just launched a capsule collection of IZAK branded cosmetics bags and accessories, Celine, whom Izak worked closely with to produce a series scarves; Guerlain, who created a limited edition Valentine’s fragrance with Izak, and perhaps most notably, after 15 years of collaboration, Izak continues to dazzle shoppers as the face of Henri Bendel, New York’s premier source for cutting edge style.
His ever increasing catalog of books include Billy Joel’s “A New York State of Mind” by Scholastic; Bohemian Manifesto by Bullfinch Press; Cooking For Mr. Latte, a Crimson Books series by Amanda Hesser; Harlequin, a six book series by Carole Matthews; The Nanny Diary series, Parachute Publishing; Princess by Francesca Castagnoli, Broadway Books, Mommy Needs a Time Out and Mommy Needs a Martini by Julie Klappas, 2 Lilly Pulitzer books and calendars on lifestyle and entertaining. The fashion world is increasingly excited about Izak’s forthcoming coffee table book that is slated for publication in spring 2013.
New York Times Magazine