A 360-degree tour of the shows, from the invitations to backstage reports, grooming trends and venue highlights
Weird science. That's what Christopher Kane's visual soup for A/W 2014 has boiled down to, with seething python skins and molecules under the microscope. The designer married his expanded men's collection with his women's pre-fall range that he presented just days before, calling out the Adam & Eve symbiosis between the two and, in order to conquer his own fear of snakes, printed their skins across denim or raised them as 3D textured polo necks. Though grounded in a smart base of black and navy (the outerwear options were slick, many and varied), it was the foamy, ¾ length tees and hoodies spotted with overlapping atoms that packed the biggest punch, in networks of vermillion, emerald and safety blue.
London Menswear A/W 2014 Shows
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Jony Ive on Apple Park and his unique, minimalist W* cover
Zaha Hadid: celebrating her life, vision and buildings
The Antalis Interior Design Award is now open for entries
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