Christopher Kane Spring 2012 | London Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 19, 2011

Kane’s 60s SpringChristopher Kane caught on to this season’s trend of sixties revival for his spring 2012 show presented during London Fashion Week. A collection inspired by childhood and youth, models walked down the runway in iridescent fabrics featuring floral patterns and structured shapes. Highlights included crystal embellished tops, chic cut-outs and sheer coats with grungy prints.

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6 thoughts on “Christopher Kane Spring 2012 | London Fashion Week”

  1. wow the fabrics- I really want to touch them! love the white crisp shirts. there’s no way I would ever wear those slippers in public though. yikes

  2. I generally love the color palette, but the shoes are atrocious & most of the clothes make the models look short.  Models are generally tall so I can’t imagine just how short these clothes would make the average female look. :/

  3. I thought this was a good show from Kane, he’s always a designer I’m excited by, but this wasn’t a favorite show of mine.  However, Tim Blanks’ review of it changed my mind, how he wrote about it was so moving!  I still wish the shoes were different, what woman would want to buy those?


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