Christopher Raeburn, known for recycling military textiles for his outerwear-focused collections, introduced denim to his lineup this season, as part of a collaboration with Levi’s. His straight-legged jeans ranged from the bleached-out and worn-in to the dark and more sober. Meanwhile, he worked his signature parka in silver lame — its seams sealed with black grosgrain tape — and in sheer white fabric cut straight from a parachute. There was also a khaki nylon parka made from re-appropriated military sleeping bags. Raeburn gave his palette of dark neutrals a pop of color with dashes of cobalt, scarlet and neon orange.

Christopher Raeburn, known for recycling military textiles for his outerwear-focused collections, introduced denim to his lineup this season, as part of a collaboration with Levi's. His straight-legged jeans ranged from the bleached-out and worn-in to the dark and more sober. Meanwhile, he worked his signature parka in silver lame — its seams sealed with black grosgrain tape — and in sheer white fabric cut straight from a parachute. There was also a khaki nylon parka made from re-appropriated military sleeping bags. Raeburn gave his palette of dark neutrals a pop of color with dashes of cobalt, scarlet and neon orange.

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