John Galliano, Anna Wintour Get Coloring Book Treatment

Amanda Seyfriend Elle magazine

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Front-row fixture Anna Wintour gets colored in.

Break out the crayons! We've got some coloring to do.

British illustrator and designer Mel Simone Elliott is giving some of the style world's most notable figures the coloring book treatment with Colour Me Good Fashion.

Gap-toothed model Lindsey Wixson, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, and fashion BFFs Agyness Deyn and Henry Holland are just a few of the familiar faces begging for a Crayola fix.

Amanda Seyfriend Elle magazine

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Draw the line: John Galliano (left) and Henry Holland with Agyness Deyn (right)

And if you're not one for staying within the lines, the embattled designer John Galliano—who appears in a daisy-accented top hat—might be worth a few scribbles.

“I've always loved coloring in," Elliott says. 

"I don’t think we should stop just because we’ve grown up. We just need more grown-up coloring books! Colour Me Good Fashion is a celebration of designers, models, art directors, and magazine editors. Without them, fashion wouldn’t be fashion ... it would just be clothes.”

Available for £7 (about $11) at, the book also features drawings of clothing racks and designer shoes in, of course, the hues of your choice.

Looking for more child's play? Elliott also sells a Kate Moss coloring book and a slew of supermodel paper dolls.