Giorgio Sant Angelo's design studio created these original watercolors likely in the early 1980s.
The angular faces are animalistic, echoing the triangular taper of that unmistakeably 80s silhouette.
Giorgio originally began as a stylist for Vogue, when Diana Vreeland suggested he had an eye for design. He got his start as a designer with "those beautiful Twiggy covers", according to the sketches' owner.
Sant Angelo went on to become an "American Pierre Cardin", influencing the likes of Gianni Versace and Roberto Cavalli.