LONDON — Christopher Kane scooped the award for Women’s Wear Designer of the Year at this year’s British Fashion Awards, which were held Monday evening at the London Coliseum.
The award — which was presented to Kane by Donatella Versace — recognizes a designer who has been “instrumental in enhancing women’s fashion,” the British Fashion Council said. The accolade comes in the same year that the Kering Group took a 51 percent stake in Kane’s business.
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