Kane still carries the torch for daring, industrial-strength fashion rooted in the now of tangled traffic, blaring screens, rampant technology and graffiti.
— September 21, 2015
The look at Christopher Kane was all about “crash and repair – creating something new out of destruction,” said makeup artist Lucia Pieroni.
The collection was filled with molecular shapes, suture-like seams, and a shadowy pattern meant to resemble decaying matter.
— June 15, 2015
Kane followed his heart for resort, interpreting the familiar motif on an array of day and evening looks that ranged from highly romantic to mildly sinister.
— June 12, 2015
Lucia Pieroni, using NARS Cosmetics, described the look at the show as “beautiful, radiant, nude skin with a strong handsome eyebrow.”
— February 23, 2015
Kane made his clothes a canvas for life drawings done in his studio.
Alexa Chung, Daisy Lowe, Pixie Lott, “Downton Abbey” star Laura Carmichael and Salma Hayek all sat front row at Christopher Kane.
Multiple wheels were whirring in Christopher Kane’s mind, and the result was a pre-fall collection that drew on past seasons as well as fresh concepts.
— January 7, 2015
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— September 15, 2014
Kane showed a dressy collection with a restrained approach to embellishment, against the grain of what’s parading on other runways.