In recent years, the feminist slogan t-shirt has been more popular than it has in decades and is also a perfect symbol of the defanging number that capitalist girl-power has done on the idea of feminism (again). It has caused me, personally, disproportionate distress over commodification and intent and philosophy and…
Scottish fashion wizard Christopher Kane is one of many reasons why London is consistently the best week of Fashion Month, and he has caught our attention yet again with a sex-themed fall collection that includes—naturally—a very sensual pair of bouncy orthopedic shoes.
Perhaps you recall last season’s London Fashion Week when Christopher Kane, the visionary designer of a million non-basic gals’ fashion dreams, introduced jewel-encrusted Crocs that not only high-low’d the reviled footwear but gave them, perhaps, a little healing crystal aura for your tootsies.
Christopher Kane’s Fall 2016 collection, which debuted at London Fashion Week on Monday, was kind of nuts.
Scottish designer Christopher Kane presented an in-fucking-credible collection at London Fashion Week yesterday, pounding the runway with conservative silhouettes crossed with a stark, blazing, tactile sexuality.
At the edgiest of the fashion weeks, the serious risks come out. For better or worse.
We kind of love that Christopher Kane's Spring collection was inspired by the young Queen Elizabeth — even if, in some cases, the inspiration was very abstract. Not that we wouldn't be psyched to see the royal We in neon!
When Christopher Kane for Topshop hit stores, it was an instant sensation. And we won't mind seeing this collection hit the high street, either...although anyone who hates embroidery? You're pretty much SOL on this one.