Christopher Kane Spring 2011 | London Fashion Week

The spring offering from Christopher Kane delivers a bright color palette of neon green, orange and pink inspired by Britain’s Princess Margaret. Undoubtedly, one of the most anticipated shows from London Fashion Week, the presentation featured top models such as Jessica Stam and Karolina Kurkova. Despite its classic silhouettes, the Scottish designer presented a revamped version on forties staples with the addition of leather, piping and psychedelic prints.











13 Responses to “Christopher Kane Spring 2011 | London Fashion Week”

  1. It does remind me of Proenza and I think that’s why I like it- I like where both collections are headed and the colors and silhouettes, it’s a breath of colorful fresh air from the strained minimalism I saw on a lot of the runways

  2. It does remind me of Proenza and I think that’s why I like it- I like where both collections are headed and the colors and silhouettes, it’s a breath of colorful fresh air from the strained minimalism I saw on a lot of the runways

  3. It does remind me of Proenza and I think that’s why I like it- I like where both collections are headed and the colors and silhouettes, it’s a breath of colorful fresh air from the strained minimalism I saw on a lot of the runways

  4. Christopher Kane cant do wrong in my book. The neon might be Proenza like, but the overall pieces are a lot more edgier and out there. I just love it. This is ladylike on acid.

  5. Some of the outfits are just cut in the most unflattering way. The ones with the triangles by the boobs and horizontal stripes on the stomach.

  6. i don’t like this collection at all. reminds me of my grandma’s clothes except for neon, and by my grandma’s clothes i mean her worst clothes

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