Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2012


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Christopher Kane Summer Spring 2012

“Fashion in News – Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2012 Collection” 


The Players:

Christopher Kane

Design, Collection



by ModXchange Fashion


4  December 2011

LONDON, United Kingdom  – |   Awarded the year’s accolade with the Outstanding Achievement in British Fashion to power-designer Sir Paul Smith, many a known f  a s h i o n designer may have felt a slight diminutive in the panorama of formidable talents; including the Designer of the Year Award fete by the internationally known and prolific Sarah Burton.  A royal twist summoned fresh corps d’ elite at the British Fashion Awards, 2011 this time around, when two additional award categories were introduced, Emerging Talent – Menswear, and the New Establishment for unique and all-brilliantly British fashionable creations.

He’s delighted affably with fashionable wear: earlier in the year he came away with the British Fashion Council/ Vogue Fashion Fund award for fresh and upcoming talent.

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C h r i s t o p h e r  K a n eartist of signature sectionals and innovative-pared design, with influences from Princess Margaret and the Hubble (telescope); he’s anew recreating wallpaper-esque textures and metallurgy themes – floral and aluminum in pique.  Little question and sans doubt to Kane’s glory – vested the New Establishment Award; he takes the ordinary, as seen by the world and transforms it into fashionably wearable imagery.  The British Fashion Award for creative artistry with consummate finesse, see rote of Kane’s inventive and trend-style behind the scenes at this year’s London Fashion Week.

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Christopher Kane 2012 Spring Summer Collection:

Video images: KLOSS LONDON | Music: “Hold Your Wig,” Kris Di Angeles and Tom Stephan

from Vimeo


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