Turning to same inspiration for his recent men’s wear show, Christopher Raeburn looked at Second World War sea forts off the coast of England.

Degradé wool evoked the decaying concrete walls and pillars, contrasting with the blue of the sea.

Outerwear is Raeburn’s specialty, and his “defensive” theme yielded impeccable military blousons paired with pencil skirts in matching fabrics, or sharply cut tartan duffle coats with matching backpacks. Sporty mesh nylon was used for A-line T-shirt dresses or overlaid on red fabric, creating a shimmering effect to feminize bomber jackets.

Turning to same inspiration for his recent men’s wear show, Christopher Raeburn looked at Second World War sea forts off the coast of England.

Degradé wool evoked the decaying concrete walls and pillars, contrasting with the blue of the sea.

Outerwear is Raeburn’s specialty, and his “defensive” theme yielded impeccable military blousons paired with pencil skirts in matching fabrics, or sharply cut tartan duffle coats with matching backpacks. Sporty mesh nylon was used for A-line T-shirt dresses or overlaid on red fabric, creating a shimmering effect to feminize bomber jackets.

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