Photographer Roberta Ridolfi's picture-based diary with the New York Times assembles the best of London's Spring 2013 Fashion Week show. Her close tracking of Christopher Kane's label showcases a series of formal cut-out dresses, many of which are draped in delicate transparent fabrics.
Christopher Kane's London-based brand took off with the designers 2005 receipt of Lancome's prestigious Color Award. A close association with Donatelle Versace put him in touch with the right contacts, although it is his peculiar knack for women's fashion that set him apart from other designers.
Here Ridolfi picks up on the collection's airy and at base feminine styles. Peaches and pinks are laced with floral patterns, quintessential looks for summer soirees.
Tiered Cut-Out Couture
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Controversial Cut-Out Lingerie
Refined Simplicity Lookbooks
Symmetrical Spring Prints
Pensive Punk Photoshoots
Painterly Accent Editorials
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