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endeavor that sees Raeburn working alongside his brother Graeme, Rapha's lead product designer. The result is a hybrid piece adapted from Rapha's Spring/Summer 2012 campaign, now crafted in England and constructed with surplus military parachute fabric as a nod to Raeburn's military-infused...

You have enter the geometric future, thanks to Christopher Raeburn collection. The collection only changed the top part of every model, nothing was going on at the bottom-waist level, the same gray-silver leggings were the bottom for female and male models the entire show. Metallic accents is...

Other functional pieces included the Zig Zag bomber jacket with contrast sleeves and quilted gilet both made from organic jersey and a lightweight blazer made from navy nylon. The signature use of contrast seam taping continued through most of the collection and the "one stripe design" tee...

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...

Christopher Raeburn played to his signature military style with an air force-inspired collection for SS15. The new offering, presented at the Old Sorting Office as part of London Collections: Men, took note from an Arizona repository for old planes known as the Boneyard. Raeburn carried...

For this year's London Collections: Men, acclaimed menswear designer Christopher Raeburn looked to aviation as the key theme in his repertoire. Continuing his ethos of sustainability in design, parachutes were repurposed as macs, and MIG fighter-pilots reproduced as laced jackets, further...

To cheesily appropriate an M&S ad, this isn't just any duffle coat. This is a Christopher Raeburn duffle coat. You might be tempted to lump Raeburn with sustainable, ethical fashion labels but he himself, never classified his company as such and instead likes to think of his collections as...

This pool floatie of a jacket from London designer Christopher Raeburn bridges concept and comfort. Not only does it bring back memories of childhood buoyancy, but it's surprisingly warm and super lightweight, too, as it's made of little more than latex and air. The hoodie alone could double...

Following our recent coverage of Christopher Raeburn's outerwear collaboration with Victorinox, it's safe to say the designer has been keeping busy. The winner of the British Fashion Award for Emerging Menswear Talent has just unveiled another team-up – this time with British heritage brand...

With the first look made of "cabbages", Christopher Raeburn didn't stick to convention this season. But don't fret, this is a term he's coined for cloth scraps left from original pattern cuttings – and what beautiful "cabbages" these were. The model was a walking "teddy bear", complete with...