the Drawing Room Chair featuring Lovisa Burfitt

Fashion designer and illustrator Lovisa Burfitt lives and works in Paris since 2002. She has been working as an illustrator since she graduated from the Beckmans School of Fashion in 1997, and in 2001 she was invited as a guest student at the Royal College of Art in Stockholm. Among her clients are H&M, Rörstrand, Bloomingdale’s, Franck et Fils, Prêt-à-porter Paris, Procter & Gamble, Chanel, Nina Ricci, Kenzo, Absolut Vodka and Systembolaget. She has also illustrated in numerous issues of VOGUE, ELLE, Grazia, Sunday Times, Fashion Tale, Milk and Costume, as well as for the book The Boot by Bradley Quinn. In 2009 she won the Kolla! award in the category ”Illustrations for advertising”. Previously she also designed her own clothing line Burfitt, where her illustrations were a big part of the concept.
Foto: Annika Lundvall

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We are in an instant in Paris’ fashionable entertainment halls. Perhaps it is the present, maybe we have travelled back to the times of artist Toulouse-Lautrec… The women are timelessly beautiful and the pen strokes are forceful end exact, yet spontaneous and poetic. To put it simply – the drawings are very much Lovisa Burfitt. Welcome to the world of the everything but ordinary people!

The Burfitt Chairs


Burfitt 1/10

Burfitt 2/10

Burfitt prototypes