9 January 2019

Raeburn AW19 at London Fashion Week Men's

To celebrate 10yrs in businees, the Raemade highlights in the collection are inspired by Raeburn iconic archetypes from the past ten years. these archetypes have been constructed using deadstock materials and waste fabrics from the Raeburn lab.
Video of the catwalk's finale
Original typhoon suits designed for protection against the elements are deconstructed and reconstructed using Raeburn Cut n' Shut patchwork technique to create parka and matching trousers.
German safety jackets which offer protection to workers are reworked into a parka and bomber jacket inspired by the silhouettes of the iconic Raft Parka and Nomex Bomber.

Transit blankets made of a robust multilayered recycled wool mix are reworked to create a reversible field jacket

Other raemade highlights include lighter parachute pieces: anorak, culottes, shirt and t-shirt using the iconic air brake parachute.

This season's knitwear is made from a blend of luxurious cashmere and recycled yarn. Handknitted jumpers and accessories are made using recycled yarn and weaving scrap from the Raeburn lab and designed in collaboration with Margot Vaaderpass, a fellow Royal College of Art fashion designer.

The animal mascot this season is the pangolin, the most trafficked mammal in the world.

Sunglasses are from the debut Range Rover Eyewear collection. These are composed of 100% Japanese pure titanium and the finest Italian acetates available.

Once again Raeburn collaborates with Timberland featuring the iconic Weatherbreaker jacket reinterpreted using Raeburn's materials such as decommissiioned British military parachutes.

Footwear and bags have been replicated in recycled PET and organic cotton

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