Getting models to show off your latest collection on the catwalk is so overdone; what a fashion designer really needs is illustrated versions of female movie villains strutting their wares.

That's presumably what London-based illustrator, David Murray, would tell you. In a series of sketches posted to his personal tumblr, Murray depicts a number of movie femme fatales wearing the SS16 collections of a number of top designers.

Catwoman (Batman Returns) appears in Christopher Kane, Poison Ivy (Batman & Robin) models Dries Van Noten, May Day (James Bond: A View to Kill) is decked out in Jacquemus, Elle Driver (Kill Bill) wears Vetements, O-Ren Ishii (Kill Bill) is adorned in Marni, while Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad) rounds the series off with some Haider Ackermann.

Check out his male version of fashion villain illustrations, and also check out his Instagram.

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