Known for his explorations in men’s outerwear, the designer unveiled a convincing vision for women, fusing technical-inspired details with feminine silhouettes such as pencil or skater skirts, coat dresses and jumpsuits.
Drawstrings were employed to create volumes on nylon skirts, while taped seams in reflective fabrics added a graphic punch to lightweight nylon windbreakers. It was all well-made and polished. All the quilted tweed and nylon brought to mind another outerwear brand exploring fashion territory: Moncler.
If Raeburn was not already a designer at Victorinox, he would make a perfect candidate for a capsule collection with the Italian brand.