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04 Jan 2016
Thinking Like a Designer

In this final round-up post about the articles from 2015, we’ve gathered together some food for thought if you are...

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Graphic Movement at Christopher Kane | The Cutting Class. Christopher Kane, SS16, London.
16 Oct 2015
Graphic Movement at Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane, SS16, London.As ever, the catwalk show for Spring-Summer 2016 showed the latest results from the Christopher Kane laboratory....

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Life Drawing at Christopher Kane | The Cutting Class. Christopher Kane, AW15, London.
07 Apr 2015
Life Drawing at Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane, AW15, London.As a designer, the way that you actually draw or illustrate your designs can be highly influential...

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Glossary: Fastenings | The Cutting Class. Christopher Kane, RST15, London. Clip fastenings used on waist and as shoulder detail.
27 Jun 2014
Glossary: Fastenings

Christopher Kane, RST15, London. An example of a more unusual type of garment fastening from Christopher Kane’s Resort 2015 collection....

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23 May 2014
Glossary: Quilting

Christopher Kane, AW14, London. Example of quilting from the Autumn-Winter 2014 collection at Christopher Kane. Quilting can be used in...

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26 Feb 2014
9 Collections in 1 at Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane, AW14, London. There are few designers who serve up as many ideas in a single collection as Christopher...

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10 Jul 2013
Trims in Negative Space at Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane, AW13, London. We often think of trims and braids as something that goes on the outside of garments....

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27 Sep 2012
Christopher Kane Texture Frankenstein

Christopher Kane, SS13, London. The influence of the Frankenstein narrative emerged in the recent collection by Christopher Kane in a...

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27 Jun 2011
Rainbow Gradients at Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane, RST12, London. Christopher Kane has an uncanny knack for repeatedly using colour in it’s most unabashedly vibrant form....

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