Christopher Kane Expands "More Joy" Collection for Winter 2020

Sleepwear, homeware and Christmas-ready gifts.

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London-based designer Christopher Kane has revealed the latest range of “More Joy” products, introducing jewelry for the first time alongside new sleepwear silhouettes and home accessories. The Winter 2020 collection is focused around gifting items for the festive period, an each item features of of the brand’s key motifs, declaring “More Joy,” “Sex” or “Special.”

As well as clothing and accessories including sleepwear, underwear and scarves, the Winter 2020 collection also features a range of homeware items. Standouts include the “More Joy” doormat, a large blanket and a range of coasters and vinyl slipmats in red, black and white.

The Winter 2020 jewelry continues the collection’s slogans, with “More Joy” and “Sex” appearing on necklaces and earrings. Additionally, Christopher Kane has released a number of festive items including wrapping paper, Christmas cards and baubles featuring the “More Joy” logos.

Christopher and Tammy Kane have previously explained where the “Moy Joy” collection and motif comes from, saying, “As designers we know that the things we surround ourselves with have a significant impact on our lives. As people we believe that positivity becomes a state of mind with daily reinforcements. When a logo becomes a mantra, everyday objects become positive affirmations that promote the realisation.”

Take a look at some of the new “More Joy” items in the gallery above. The latest collection is available now from Christopher Kane’s web store.

In other fashion news, LN-CC is launching a Jil Sander archive sale as part of its ongoing 10th anniversary celebrations.

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