The look at Christopher Kane was “gorgeous, fresh-faced; the girl is a hoarding recluse who has chosen to come out for the day,” said makeup artist Lucia Pieroni, working with Nars Cosmetics.
— February 25, 2016
Daisy Lowe, Laura Carmichael and Audrey Marnay sat front row at the fall 2016 show.
— February 22, 2016
Many London designers favored a magpie sensibility this season, but no one is likely to outdo Christopher Kane.
Christopher Kane is among designers ready for something bigger, so he made wide and cropped pants the foundation of his young, energetic fall collection, which borrowed the car-crash theme from his last women’s spring collection.
— January 11, 2016
Christopher Kane created a collection full of classic silhouettes that he transformed with a DIY mash-up of pattern, print and texture.
— January 4, 2016
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