During LFW AW15 I took part to several shows and presentations reporting for Idol Magazine. Here’s one of my catwalk reports.
What an artist is Christopher Kane, and what a designer too, able to combine various elements altogether in one single, beautiful hug, just as he did for his AW15 collection.
Pop embroideries of male and female bodies reaching for each other at the opposite sides of the same garment suggested a sensual and slightly provocative attitude.
Total black velvet dresses enriched by touches of deep blue and bright reds, altogether with androgynous jackets and suits, brought a masculine element into the collection, carefully balanced by the silky rouges and the delicate flowery patterns of the dresses.
The buckles, a signature of the designer, were turned this time into refined constructive details, but also translated into precious jewels such as bracelets and chokers.
The creative nature of Kane allowed once again for a combination of various elements altogether, proving them to be perfectly coherent with each other and conveying an overall feeling of extreme elegance.
At the height of LFW, Christopher Kane announced the opening of his first London-based flagship store. Designed by Kane himself with the help of renewed minimalist designer John Pawson, the boutique is opening this month at 6-7 Mount Street in Mayfair.
The article along with more images was published on Idol Magazine.