Sand-hued mesh and satellite imagery prints; Christopher Raeburn does survivalist cool
Survivalist cool gone trekking.
Victorian cartography, maps and ordnance surveys.
Stand out looks:
Raeburn’s knack for body-mapping, this time on a sheer sweatshirt printed with an abstract camo-esque pattern, inspired by the lines of satellite desert imagery.
Reminds us of:
The lizard print and desert theme from Raeburn's SS14 menswear collection. His and hers utilitarian desert romance.
Small purses worn on a string around the neck.
How they wore it:
Matchy-matchy prints but with modern sportswear ease.
For the kids:
Raeburn's signature folded and strapped oversize rucksacks and sand-hued mesh tracksuit bottoms.
Clutch bags that managed to be both boyish and ladylike.
The newly face-lifted BFC tent at Somerset House. Ten years younger in ten days.
Mirage, a hazy rose-tinted desert landscape film by Pablo Jones-Soler and Bradley Bell of White Lodge, which opened the show.