London's Fashion Illustration Gallery has a selection of Puerto Rican fashion illustrator Antonia Lopez's work for sale, from the 60s to the 80s.

For Fashions of The Times, 1966 (pen and collage on paper)

The artist was born in Puerto Rico in 1943 before moving with his family to NYC's Spanish Harlem in 1950, where he started drawing from a young age.  He worked his way up through all the big fashion magazines, starting at Womens Wear Daily and The New York Times before freelancing for British Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, French ELLE and Andy Warhol's Interview magazine. His work makes me wish I could draw.
Antonio Lopez For Vanity 1983 Pencil, watercolour and acrylic on paper
For Vanity, 1983 (pencil, watercolour and acrylic on paper)

Antonio Lopez French Elle, March 1967
French ELLE, March 1967

Antonio Lopez Mademoiselle, 1965 (ink and collage on paper)
Mademoiselle, 1965 (ink and collage on paper)

Antonio Lopez Valentino for Vanity 1982 Pencil and watercolour on paper
Valentino for Vanity, 1982 (pencil and watercolour on paper)