Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn Soars at Spring 2014 London Fashion Week

TAKING FLIGHT Raeburn deployed an array of technical fabrics, including decommissioned parachute silk—preserved in its original candy-pink hue—originally used in humanitarian aid…

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Cool Wool: A Lightweight Merino for Sunnier Climates

COOL WOOL \’ko͞ol wul’\ n 1 a: A natural, lightweight fabric created from Australian merino sheep wool using advanced processing techniques. b. A fine-gauge wool that…

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Christopher Raeburn Takes Flight at Spring 2013 London Fashion Week

Upcycling impresario Christopher Raeburn returned to London Fashion Week on Sunday with his Spring/Summer 2013 women’s collection—the second he’s dedicated to the fairer…

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14 Eco-Friendly Raincoats for Tackling April Showers in Style

INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH Stutterheim’s unisex raincoat isn’t just a classic Swedish design, it’s also handmade in one of the nation’s few remaining textile factories.…

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Timberland's New Boss, Paul McCartney's Ugly People, Green Grad Gowns

VF Corporation, one of the world’s largest apparel companies, has snapped Timberland up in a $2 billion deal, but what does it mean for sustainability? (GreenBiz) Your “Made…

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6 Green Designers at New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011

We checked out the eco-fashion lines that have been making a name for themselves for Fall/Winter 2011, including Bodkin, Study NY, EDUN, Suzanne Rae, Christopher Raeburn, and the always…

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Christopher Raeburn, Victorinox Collaborate on Upcycled Outwear Line

British upcycling impresario Christopher Raeburn and Victorinox, the brand behind the Swiss Army Knife, debuted their Autumn/Winter 2011 collection at the Eyebeam Art + Technology…

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Estethica's Spring 2011 Press Day Checks Pulse of British Ethical Fashion

ETHICAL FASHION TODAY Bring ethical-fashion movers and shakers together and the conversation is bound to get interesting. That was the case with the Estethica Press Day on Dec. 8, an…

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Christopher Raeburn Jr., Patagonia Reduces, Test-Driving Osborn Shoes

The lovely Abigail Doan sent this over and it was too good not to share: Bespoke Christopher Raeburn! For kids! (Christopher Raeburn) Patagonia may be on its way to offering recycling…

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Christopher Raeburn "Dazzles" With Military-Inspired Spring 2011 Line

RAZZLE DAZZLE Christopher Raeburn may be one of London’s rising stars of ethical fashion, but he still has plenty of firsts to add to his already-impressive list of accolades. Not…

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Ethical Labels Rally at London Fashion Week's First Sustainable Catwalk

Fashion loves an epiphany, and for the tireless few who labor to bring ethical fashion to the masses, the sustainable catwalk that the British Fashion Council organized for London…

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From Somewhere Vs. Junky Styling: Who Upcycled for Sinitta Better?

CLASH OF THE TITANS British upcycling powerhouses From Somewhere and Junky Styling took their friendly rivalry onstage when they were both charged to design an outfit for ’80s pop…

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Christopher Raeburn's Upcycled Military Garments Are Ready For Anything

Christopher Raeburn was all over London Fashion Week’s‘s HQ at Somerset House this year, with not one but three displays throughout the exhibition. Having admired…

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Worn Again Turns Retired Virgin Hot-Air Balloons into Red-Hot Wearables

Worn Again is soaring to new heights not only with its recent foray as an independent company, but also with a new range of jackets, parkas, and bags made from decommissioned Virgin…

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Eco-Fashion Mentoring, Winter Must-Haves, Store Openings Galore

Photo by Christopher Raeburn Hearty congrats to Ada Zanditon, Christopher Raeburn, Goodone, Minna, Nina Dolcetti, and The North Circular for snagging spots in the British Fashion…

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Alice Silverstone Clues Us In, Parachute Ponchos, Heartless Designers

Actress Alicia Silverstone names her favorite eco-designers. Here’s a hint: One of them begins with “Stella” and ends with “McCartney.” (EcoStiletto) He…

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