The Select Guest
MEET | MEREDITH WING
Featured 10.29-11.4.18 | Warning: if you suffer from feelings of hanger (yes, we’re using it as a noun), you might want to hold off on reading any further. Why? Because artist Meredith Wing’s three-dimensional illustrations are a literal feast for the eyes: Skirts made of avocado slices, ball gowns made of basil, caftans made of croissants — each sketch is, undisputedly, drool-worthy and, even better, gives us an excuse to play with our food without consequence. Clearly, she’s been blessed by the creativity gods, so much so that her talents have garnered the attention of some of the world’s top brands, including collabs with everyone from Herbal Essences to Tory Burch to Harper’s Bazaar (and don’t miss her celeb-strations — Rihanna dressed in a gown made of coconut at the 2018 Met Ball might well be our fave). So what’s it like to live full-time in a world of pretty, fashion-y, food-filled things? It’s downright delicious and we’re pretty thrilled to spend the next seven days inside.
Welcome to Meredith’s week.
more about meredith
Meredith Wing has always been creating. Her initial training in fashion design and architecture has come together in three-dimensional drawings that celebrate unusual materials. Her #SomeFlowerGirls illustrations, combining fresh flowers, produce and other found-objects, rapidly gained a loyal following on Instagram in 2014.
She has acted as Artist-in-Residence at Soho House for Coachella 2015, created global Herbal Essences campaigns, designed limited-edition packaging for Burt's Bee's, graced the walls of Tokyo public plazas, assembled bespoke portraits for Tory Burch, created videos for Estee Lauder, and landed features in Town & Country as well as numerous other international publications.
Renowned clients include: Estee Lauder, Burt's Bees, Herbal Essences, Tory Burch, Roger Vivier, Town & Country, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Soho House, Chantecaille, Pantone, Coach, Grey Goose, Patron, Tacori, Forevermark, Rebecca Minkoff, Cosabella, Bloomingdale's among others.