This Christopher Kane Collection References Biological Studies

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Sep 18, 2014 • References: vogue & vogue
This Christopher Kane collection looks to scientific studies for its visual inspiration. The line's textile patterns resemble something one would see inside of a pertri dish or during a biology lecture. Boasting interesting color and shape formations, the collection is reflective of Kane's signature aesthetic and appreciation for statement prints.

The designer's Spring 2014 collection takes visual cues from biology and features a range of vibrant and unconventional prints. The compositions are made up of both botanical and human anatomy graphics that grab their viewer's gaze instantly. In addition to its unique range of textile prints, this Christopher Kane collection boasts architectural cut-outs that add another layer of visual interest to the his already intriguing womenswear pieces. Stats for Scientist-Approved Runway Shows Trending: Older & Buzzing
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