Never has the masculine-feminine mix been executed quite so elegantly – and creatively – than by Christopher Kane...
The designer kicked off proceedings with tailoring in the form of boxy double-breasted blazers and sharp-shouldered coats with quilted puffa accents, all in fashion’s favourite colour, black. From there things lightened up, with mint, grey and yellow knits and cream fox fur layered over wet-look separates. Florals, Kane’s SS14 main feature took on a hologram quality and were stamped on little crepe shift dresses. Origami detailing crept in, first featuring as ribbons laced up sleeves on a black tunic top and then gradually evolving into full-blown mille-feuille organza dresses in black, white and ballet pink. New on the scene are Kane accessories, which came in the shape of structured totes adorned with neon stripes.
Who we saw: Daisy Lowe.
What they wore: A black bodysuit and pale pink pencil skirt.
In three words: A Standing Ovation.