Gladys Perint Palmer keeps alive an almost forgotten hand-drawing technique. She describes herself as a woman who prefers the comfort of old sweaters and pants and living in isolation on Denman Island. In her rich career, she worked for The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, L’Officiel, and Vogue, among others. After a year spent at Parsons School of Design, she came back to London and got her first job: to illustrate the cover of Vogue. Despite her achievements, Perint Palmer is an extremely humble woman. While Paris Fashion Week is in full swing, the famed GPP is preparing for her third masterclass to be held in February in collaboration with the Gray MCA Gallery in London.