Hereby is the third editorial out of three that I styled for Winq Magazine. For the editorial named ”In the ochre Hour” Photographer Brigitte Vincken, stylist Juan Velazquez Caceres and model Pieter from Max Models travelled to Israel where we drove to places like Dead Sea, Mitzpe Ramon and Timna Park to find the perfect shots for the editorial.
Christopher Kane, the label, was launched in 2006. It was begun almost immediately after Christopher Kane’s graduation from Central Saint Martins, capitalising on the success of his award winning MA collection that had already garnered much media attention.
Editorial for Winq magazine for there latest issue named ”Start Your Engines” showcases topmodel Franky from Storm Models in the McLaren Technology Center next to beautiful models from the McLaren family. Franky is wearing Dolce & Gabbana, Christopher Kane, Lou Dalton, Dior Homme, La Perla and Jonathan Christopher Homme. Shot by Florian Renner from ERA Management, styled by Juan Velazquez Caceres.
The literal incorporation of motifs you see on the streets into clothes made to be worn on them is a path well beaten, most recently by Anya Hindmarch and Jeremy Scott. Today Christopher Kane followed this road too, but went at it in entirely his own direction.
Science-obsessed designer Christopher Kane donned his well-worn lab coat for a collection filled with molecular shapes, suture-like seams, and a shadowy pattern meant to resemble decaying matter.
Christopher Kane is a Scottish fashion designer based in London whose brand is now part of Kering. Walking through his latest lineup, which he…
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