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Christopher Kane RTW Spring 2014: Mixing Science and Fashion Make An Educational Combination

Christopher Kane

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Over the weekend

Christopher Kane

premiered his flower-inspired Spring 2014 collection during London Fashion Week. Putting a scientific twist on one of the most common spring trends, his designs were nothing if not innovative, creating a whole new way to wear floral. Dresses and sweatshirts were emblazoned with the word FLOWER, while several pieces were imprinted with full botanical diagrams. A few tamer dresses used flowers in a more subdued way, with petal shaped cutouts trimmed in bright metallics.

Christopher Kane RTW Spring 2014: Mixing Science and Fashion Make An Educational Combination

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Christopher Kane

Photos Courtesy of Christopher Kane

Over the weekend Christopher Kane premiered his flower-inspired Spring 2014 collection during London Fashion Week. Putting a scientific twist on one of the most common spring trends, his designs were nothing if not innovative, creating a whole new way to wear floral. Dresses and sweatshirts were emblazoned with the word FLOWER, while several pieces were imprinted with full botanical diagrams. A few tamer dresses used flowers in a more subdued way, with petal shaped cutouts trimmed in bright metallics.
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