LONDON — British label Craig Green won the annual British Fashion Council/GQ Designer Men’s Wear Fund prize held at the Boundary Restaurant on Wednesday evening in London. 110 more words
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REWORKING TRADITION: MCM has announced a collaboration with the British designer Christopher Raeburn that will launch during London Collections: Men in June.
Raeburn has worked with the German leather-goods label to create a unisex spring 2017 collection that fuses MCM’s heritage with his utilitarian aesthetic. 199 more words
Back in September last year, I watched Christopher Kane parade his latest incarnation of safety clasp designs: slip-on trainers. He has a thing for safety clasps: they appeared in his first ever London Fashion Week show in the form of fluorescent belts on neon bandage dresses, and more recently he has been revisiting the idea on bags and high tops. 325 more words
ONE FOR THE BOYS: British designers Christopher Raeburn, Lou Dalton, Astrid Andersen, Craig Green and Sibling have been shortlisted for the BFC/GQ Designer Men’s Wear Fund 2016, the British Fashion Council said Tuesday. 179 more words
LONDON — “It’s staggering how little most of us know about what our clothes are made from, where they come from or who made them,” said Alex James, the British musician, cheese-maker and the star of a new documentary that reveals some ugly facts about fast fashion. 1,080 more words
The blackness of Christopher Raeburn’s AW16 presentation was a stark contrast to the dazzling sunlight this morning at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. When I’d received the invitation, I’d been surprised to see that it wasn’t his usual catwalk show in the BFC showspace, but as my eyes adjusted to the dark room and the flashing neon structure in the middle of it, I suddenly understood that this is, in fact, the best way to see his collection. 349 more words