Christopher Kane Fall 2011 | London Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 21, 2011

Christopher Kane was inspired by lollipops and pencil cases from his boyhood days for the fall 2011 collection from his eponymous label. Featuring crocheted pieces with geometric patterns, plastic accents for a water-like affect and neon hues, models took to the runway in shimmering and sheer dresses for a new kind of minimal from the Scottish designer.









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11 thoughts on “Christopher Kane Fall 2011 | London Fashion Week”

  1. Wow I love this! We have seen a lot of geometric patterns this season, but this collection manages to stand out.
    The wavy V-neck and all the other plastic accents are super funky!

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  2. Wow I love this! We have seen a lot of geometric patterns this season, but this collection manages to stand out.
    The wavy V-neck and all the other plastic accents are super funky!

    Reply
  3. Wow I love this! We have seen a lot of geometric patterns this season, but this collection manages to stand out.
    The wavy V-neck and all the other plastic accents are super funky!

    Reply
  4. Wow, he is just brimming with ideas. I feel like he had 2 great themes here, the crotchet and the plastic encased liquid, but should perhaps have stuck to just one of those for the collection. I loved the sequinned pieces at the end, they looked beautiful.

    Reply
  5. Wow, he is just brimming with ideas. I feel like he had 2 great themes here, the crotchet and the plastic encased liquid, but should perhaps have stuck to just one of those for the collection. I loved the sequinned pieces at the end, they looked beautiful.

    Reply
  6. Wow, he is just brimming with ideas. I feel like he had 2 great themes here, the crotchet and the plastic encased liquid, but should perhaps have stuck to just one of those for the collection. I loved the sequinned pieces at the end, they looked beautiful.

    Reply

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