a quick chat about the joy of sex with christopher kane
The designer has staged an exhibition of original prints from the sex manual that inspired his autumn/winter 18 collection.
sex, death and david attenborough at christopher kane spring/summer 19
The national treasure narrated the Scottish designer’s exploration of sex, nature and death this season.
how crocs became the world’s most enduring ugly shoe
Our love of Crocs will never die.
illustrations of our favourite lfw shows
Capturing all the vibrant energy of London's favourite designers, James Davison shares his catwalk sketches of ASAI, Ashish, Christopher Kane, Matty Bovan and Molly Goddard's autumn/winter 18 shows.
christopher kane celebrates the joy of sex (and orthopaedic shoes)
“Sex is human behaviour, and it's fascinating, and sex, well, it can be fun?”
an exclusive look at christopher kane’s suburban and sexy new campaign
The Scottish designer discusses working with Alasdair McLellan to capture a day in the life of a saucy-but-bored housewife.
christopher kane spring/summer 18 plays with the prim and perverse practices of suburbia
From OCD cleaning to kinky sex-parties, Kane invited us behind closed doors.
ryan lo reviews the met gala outfits
One of our favourite designers shares his verdict on the celebrities and their interpretation on this year's theme of 'avant-garde'.
if you go down to the woods today: edie campbell hits the great outdoors
Lea Colombo shoots and Jacob K styles as Edie dons Christopher Kane's modern take on the bonnet and raincoat (and a hot water bottle for good measure). Staying dry and keeping warm never looked this good.
christopher kane defends his runway crocs
"I don’t think anyone’s got the right to say right or wrong, unless they’re God, otherwise just shut up."
jamie bochert is a beautiful bag lady for christopher kane autumn/winter 16
The campaign was lensed by Alasdair McLellan, with art direction from Jo Ann Furniss.
At the height of London Fashion Week, the irreverent designers who made it great ten years ago proved their now so business-savvy bones are still a little bit twisted.
Anders Christian Madsen
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