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Christopher Raeburn 2014 Fall/Winter Collection

Just earlier last year, the 2014 spring/summer collection by Christopher Raeburn was concerned with camouflage patterning and military uniform motifs, not entirely different from the rest of his work. While he still favors technical outerwear and militia aesthetics, the Fall/Winter 2014 line from Raeburn’s eponymous label seems a bit more streamlined and formal. The British designer stuck to a color palette including off-white, navy blue and army green, executing an array of elongated parkas, bombers and puffy field jackets with re-purposed military fabrics. Enjoy a look at the collection here, which was unveiled at London Collections: Men (LC:M) this week.

Author: Staff  /  Source: Fucking Young!
Date: Jan 7, 2014  /  Views: 2822
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Christopher raeburn